AVB Bank looks at community responsibility as an extension of what we already are and have yet to become.
We are only as strong as the community that we serve.
2015 Community Organizations supported with financial assistance or in-kind goods and services:
- American Cancer Society
- Arts Council of Broken Arrow
- Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce
- Broken Arrow Civitans
- Broken Arrow Economic Development Corporation
- Broken Arrow Neighbors
- Broken Arrow Partners in Education
- Broken Arrow Performing Arts Foundation
- Broken Arrow Public Schools Foundation
- Broken Arrow Rotary Club
- Broken Arrow Seniors
- Friends of Broken Arrow
- Greatest Stories Never Told
- Indian Nations Boy Scouts of America
- Keep Broken Arrow Beautiful
- Leadership Broken Arrow
- Margaret Hudson Program
- Miss Broken Arrow Scholarship Pageant
- Muscular Dystrophy Association
- Northeastern State University
- Tulsa Area United Way
- Tulsa Ballet
- Tulsa Community College Foundation
2015 $$$ Donated: $97,500
A donation of $1,000 was presented to the Indian Nations Council Boy Scouts of America President, Gentner Drummond, by AVB Bank President and CEO, Ted Cundiff, and Chairman of the Board, Kelley Rash.
Pictured from left to right: Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce President, Wes Smithwick, AVB Bank Chairman of the Board, Kelley Rash, and President and CEO, Ted Cundiff. AVB Bank proudly presents a $10,000 donation to the Broken Arrow Economic Development Corporation to support the growth of Broken Arrow.
In appreciation of the Broken Arrow Police Department (BAPD) -- their service, dedication, courage and commitment to the community -- AVB Bank proudly BACKS THE BLUE. AVB associates, left to right, Ben Dejene, Cooper Rash and Licia Kellerstrass perpare for a "summertime" delivery to the men and women in blue.
AVB Bank President, Ted Cundiff, honored as the 2016 Citizen of the Year by the Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce. The Award presented by Chairman of the BACC, Wes Smithwick, recognizes individuals who displays a "service above self" mentality, consistently working with organizations in the community to improve the City of Broken Arrow.
Kelly Rash, AVB Bank Chairman of the Board, third from the right, presents a donation of $7,500 to Friends of Broken Arrow in support of their event, Wine, Eats and Easels.
Mark Frie, Executive Director of the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center and ARTSOK President, accepts a $5,000 donation from AVB Bank Chairman of the Board, Kelley Rash, in support of the ARTSOK annual event of Tuesdays in the Park.
AVB Bank Chairman of the Board, Kelley Rash, is proud to call Broken Arrow her alma mater. Rash, was named a 2016 Great Graduate by the Broken Arrow High School Alumni Association. She was recognized for exhibiting strong leadership skills, remaining dedicated to service within her community, and for her vast personal and professional accomplishments.