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Representatives of Hoosier Heartland State Bank presenting Linden Library with the $5000 Shared Values Award check.

In February 2018 we held our 3rd annual Shared Values awards banquet. We gave back $50,000 to our local nonprofits that evening with the Shared Values winner being the Linden Library taking home the $5,000 donation. This evening capped off the 2017 year in which we gave back $150,000 to nonprofits in our communities. To view pictures from the Shared Values Banquet please click the link below.

Shared Values Banquet 2018


As a Community Bank, we understand how important it is to support organizations that help those in need.  We fulfill our mission in this area through the following programs:

The Hoosier Heartland State Bank Scholarship Program

Annually, HHSB awards a four-year, renewable scholarship in the amount of $1,000 per year ($4,000 total award) at each of the High Schools in our area – Crawfordsville, North Montgomery, South Montgomery and North Putnam.  The scholarship recognizes a student attending an accredited college or university who is majoring in business, finance or marketing.  Each applicant’s academic achievement along with community, school and volunteer activities are taken into consideration.  Other eligibility requirements apply.  More information concerning the scholarship program can be obtained by contacting:

  • The Montgomery County Community Foundation if attending a Montgomery County High School, or
  • Your Guidance Counselor if attending North Putnam High School.
  • You may also contact Brad Monts (765-942-2000) or Trey Etcheson (765-361-3338) at Hoosier Heartland State Bank for more information.

Community Donations

Each employee-owner of HHSB is directly involved in our monetary donation process by directing donations to the “Heart-String” charity of their choice.  Other donations are considered through written request.  A partial listing of organizations that HHSB has supported through our “Giving Back” mission are:

100+ Men Who Care of Putnam County
Ability Services Inc.
Achaius Ranch

Ambassador Book Club
Amber Powers Sparks Memorial Scholarship
American Legion Post 72 - Vietnam Wall
     Traveling Memorial
American Cancer Society
American Heart Assocation
Angel Tree
Animal Welfare League
Athens Arts
Bainbridge Saddle Club
Baldwin Memorial - FOP #90
Blue Star Mothers
Boys & Girls Club
Celebrate Recovery - Rock Point Church
Character Counts
Clock Tower Restoration Project
Cougar Youth Softball League
Crawfordsville American Legion

Crawfordsville American Legion Auxiliary
Crawfordsville Kiwanis
Crawfordsville Main Street
Crawfordsville Parks & Recreation
Crawfordsville Police Department - K9 Unit
Crawfordsville Rotary Club
Crawfordsville Youth Baseball
Crawfordsville Schools

Church Men United
Coats for Kids
Dollars for Scholars
Faith Alliance
Family Crisis Shelter
FISH Food Pantry
Friendship Kitchen
Halfway Home, Inc.
Honor Flight of Greater Lafayette
Fuzzy Bear Ministry
Hanging Rock Christian Assembly
Home for Friendless Animals
Humane Society of Putnam County
Ivy Tech Community College
Journey of Hope
Kairos Ministries
Kid's Against Hunger
Ladoga Ball League
Ladoga Community Fund
Ladoga Fire Department
Ladoga Library Lunch Bunch
Lafayette Gold Star Mothers - Honor Flights

Leland Cornett Memorial Park
Lew Wallace Study & Museum
Linden Carnegie Library
Madison Township Volunteer Fire Department
Making Strides - American Cancer Society
March of Dimes
Marie Canine Cancer Center

Montgomery County 4H
Montgomery County Council on Aging Montgomery County D.A.R.E. Program
Montgomery County Civitan Club
Montgomery County Community Foundation -
     HHSB Scholarship
Montgomery County Education Foundation
Montgomery County Free Clinic
Montgomery County Historical Society
Montgomery County League Of Women Voters

Montgomery County Mental Health
Montgomery County Red Cross
Montgomery County Special Olympics
Mountie Mission
National Fire Safety Council
New Beginnings Day Care
New Market Elementary PTO
New Market Fire Department
New Market United Methodist Church

New Ross Christian Church Food Pantry
New Ross Christian Church - Youth Group
New Ross Conservation Club
North Montgomery FFA
North Montgomery Schools
North Putnam Schools
North Putnam Youth Baseball League

Nunan Junior Golf Foundation
Pam's Promise
Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital

Pray for Addi
Purdue Scholarship Fund
Relay for Life
Riley Hospital for Children
Ripley Fire Department
Roachdale Revitalization Cooperative Alliance
Roachdale VFW

Roxanne Harris Memorial Scholarship Fund
Rotary Club Library Project
Salvation Army
Samaritan's Purse
Shane Marches On
South Montgomery Schools
Southmont FFA

Southmont Post-Prom
Southmont Royal Mountie Band
Strawberry Festival
Sugar Creek Elementary PTO
Sugar Creek Players
Sustainable Initiatives
The Giving Tree - Jamestown Christian Church

Team Mason
Through The Gate
Town of Roachdale
Trinity Life Ministry

Walnut Township Community Fund
Walnut Township Youth Baseball
Walnut Township Fire Department
Women's Resource Center
Wounded Warrior Project
Vanity Theatre

Volunteers of New Richmond
Youth Service Bureau



Community Service Projects

Each quarter, the Directors and employee-owners of HHSB donate their time and talents to various projects that benefit those less fortunate than ourselves.  Service projects involving HHSB have included:

  • Preparing food packets for Kid’s Against Hunger
  • Food preparation and serving at the Friendship Kitchen
  • Fund Raising and volunteering for Making Strides – Breast Cancer Awareness
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Nursing Home Visits
  • Food drives for FISH


To request a donation or sponsorship:

Donations and sponsorships are funded on a first-come, first-serve basis; however, preference is given to the following areas:

  • Charitable organizations in which HHSB employees serve in some capacity.
  • Organizations that have or are developing a banking relationship with HHSB.
  • Charitable organizations that share HHSB's values while working to fulfill the needs of the underserved within our local communities.*

*The community, for giving back, is defined as the market area where HHSB’s branches are located

Sponsorship/Donation Request Form


If you would like more information regarding any of the “HHSB Gives Back” programs please contact Brad Monts (765-942-2000) or Trey Etcheson (765-361-3338).

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