When you bank with Classic Bank, you're investing in our community.
Come into any of our locations and open a checking account and Classic Bank will donate $10 to a charity of the customer's choosing*.
- Organizations are selected in the communities we serve, and they will rotate twice a year in order for the bank to support multiple organizations.
- Customers may choose one organization at the time of account opening.
- Classic Bank will combine the customer-selected donations and forward the total to each of the organizations once every six months.
CASA of Bastrop, Fayette & Lee Counties
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) is committed to serving 100% of the children who have been removed from their parents/guardian, by Child Protective Services (CPS), due to child abuse and/or neglect in Bastrop, Fayette & Lee Counties. These children desperately need someone to stand by their side to speak up for their needs, safety, and permanence. That is exactly what CASA volunteers do. They work with the child, in partnership with the child's attorney and CPS caseworker, to ensure safety, improve well-being, and increase the chance of quickly ending up in a permanent, loving home that is free from abuse. CASA volunteers advocate - making a real difference, one child at a time.
Lee County Law Enforcement Support Organization (LCLESO)
LCLESO is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that was formed last year. Their mission and objective is to supplement the existing City and County Law enforcement budgets, and those of all other law enforcement personnel in Lee County, by directly providing equipment, additional officer training, and other needed support. Ultimately, the purpose of LCLESO is to make Lee County a safer place to live and work.
Milam Touch of Love
Milam Touch of Love is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit volunteer organization working independently to help in an effort to care for domestic animals, educate their owners and the community, and help them achieve responsible ownership goals.
They make low-cost spay and neuter services available to Milam County residents and have programs to ensure pets can be spayed or neutered. Additionally, they make Trap, Neuter, Return (TNR) available to the community, either through Barn Cat Days or via their trapping team.
Operation Liberty Hill - Caring for our Community since 2008
Operation Liberty Hill offers community support through a variety of programs including job training, food distribution, thrift store, financial education, and spiritual care. In 2021 they partnered with the United Way to create the Rise Up program to work with the ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) population in their service area to assist clients in becoming financially stable. Other programs they offer include Hotels for the Homeless, Food Share Friday, and Money Fundamentals.
Rockdale Volunteer Fire Department
For 150 years, the Rockdale Volunteer Fire Department has diligently served its citizens. The RVFD consists of several individuals who volunteer their time to the community and have dedicated many hours of hard work and training. RVFD members have not only continuously fought fires and attended to accidents, but when AMR was unavailable, they have transported patients to hospitals to receive care. They also provide traffic control, lift assist, weather alerting, and provide mutual aid to other cities when needed. They leave their homes, loved ones, and sometimes even paying jobs at any time of the day to assist in any situation. RVFD has gone above and beyond to serve the community as well as teach children at the schools about fire safety with all of this being their volunteered time.
Rosebud Volunteer Fire Department
The Rosebud Volunteer Fire Department consists of 48 volunteers that continually give their time to attend training, fight fires, and assist with accidents in the Rosebud community.
Thorndale Volunteer Fire Department
The Thorndale Volunteer Fire Department was chartered in 1931 and currently consists of about fifty members, which are all volunteers. The members respond to calls, leaving loved ones at home all hours of the night and day, whether it is holiday time or any other day of the week. They teach fire prevention at the schools as well as go through many hours of training. The department has not only fought fires, but also responds to accidents and helps with traffic control and medical assist calls. TVFD also helps neighboring cities when they need additional help. Thorndale Volunteer Fire Department helps numerous organizations in the community and goes beyond their call of duty to help those in need.