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Committed to Empowering and Enriching Our Communities.

Local communities are where we came from and where we are headed, which is why one of our core values is Commitment to Community. As a local bank deeply rooted in our communities, our commitment goes beyond just providing financial services. Since 1904, uplifting and nurturing our communities has been our cornerstone. We are proud to support the growth and well-being of our local communities, for we firmly believe that by investing in their success, we all prosper together.


D.L. Evans Bank Heat Map of Community Involvement

D.L. Evans Bank remains committed to our communities in Western Idaho, Treasure Valley, Wood River, Magic Valley, Eastern Idaho, Mini-Cassia, northern Utah, central Utah, and surrounding areas. Our commitment to these regions goes beyond banking; it’s about fostering thriving communities.


Through dedicated donations, sponsorships, and volunteer initiatives, we actively engage with and uplift the areas we call home. By investing in local causes, supporting events, and rolling up our sleeves to volunteer, we embody the spirit of community partnership and contribute to the growth and prosperity of the people we serve. At D.L. Evans Bank, we believe in the power of community, and our dedication to supporting and enhancing the lives of those around us remains unwavering.

D.L. Evans Bank Community Outreach and Involvement

In 2023, our employees at D.L. Evans Bank collectively dedicated over 15,178 hours of service, while our contributions in sponsorships and donations surpassed $1,135,000. These efforts reached 443 diverse organizations, spanning schools, Rodeo and 4-H programs, affordable housing initiatives, the American Red Cross, food banks, NeighborWorks, Rotary clubs, Meals on Wheels, Senior Centers, Veterans Homes, city chambers, local United Way chapters, community action partnerships, community symphonies, Terry Reilly Health Services, booster clubs, animal shelters, and beyond.

We empower our employees through our Employee Directed Donation Initiative, allowing them to nominate eligible local nonprofit organizations they collaborate with or deeply care about. The initiative is funded with $50,000 each year with donations ranging from $500 - $5,000, and an additional 5% is contributed in the name of the employee who submitted the donation. Employee submissions must benefit affordable housing or community services for low-to-moderate income individuals, initiatives promoting economic development by supporting small businesses, or efforts revitalizing or stabilizing low-to-moderate income areas.

Outside of Bank-wide or branch donations and the Employee Donation Initiative, employees are encouraged to give back in a variety of ways. The following are just a few examples of the ways D.L. Evans Bank employees are empowered to serve the communities they call home.

  • Donating blood
  • Participating in fundraisers like golf tournaments and fun runs
  • Collecting and wrapping gifts or items for those in need
  • Participating in local non-profit organizations like Kiwanis, Elks, and Rotary Clubs
  • Volunteering at food banks and soup kitchens
  • Helping to build homes with Habitat for Humanity
  • and more

This is community banking.