Community Involvement

As a local community bank, we are committed to supporting the communities we serve throughout Ogle, Winnebago, and Boone Counties. That’s why you’ll see us getting involved and actively supporting a variety of area organizations, agencies, activities, and events. We strive both as a bank and as individuals to do our part to help make our communities better places to live and work—and that benefits all of us!

Stillman Bank at Habitat for Humanity

Helping to Build a Home for Habitat For Humanity

Stillman Bank employees and their family members taking part in a Habitat For Humanity home build in Mount Morris to help a local family.

Stillman Bank Supporting United Way

Stillman Employees Help Support United Way

Stillman Bank employees presented a check to United Way representatives. Last year, our employees contributed over $16,000 to the annual fundraising campaign.

Stillman Supports Local Summer Reading Program

Bank Donates Tote Bags to Library's Summer Reading Program

Stillman Bank is pleased to donate 200 tote bags each year to participants in the Julia Hull Library's Summer Reading Program in Stillman Valley.

Stillman Bank Supports Relay For Life

Relay For Life

Stillman Bank is pleased to be a major sponsor of the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life. (Pictured above: Stillman Bank's 2014 Ogle County Relay team)

Almost 8,000 pounds of food collected for needy families!

Each year, the bank holds a Christmas Food Drive to benefit area families. Almost 8,000 pounds of food has been collected since the beginning! Food is donated to local food pantries. Thank you to all who have contributed! (Pictured above: Pat Donahue & Suzanne Thompson from our Oregon Office)

Stillman Bank at Roro Expo

Bank Participates in RoRo Expo in Rockton

Stillman Bank showcases its products and services each year at the RoRo Expo in Rockton. David Oswald and Jean Hausvick are pictured at the bank's booth.

Community Sculpture at Stillman Bank

Bank Unveils Community Sculpture at Oregon Office

Stillman Chairman Gary Rhodes, Community Art Legacy member Jeff Adams, and Sculptor Daniel Ingebrigtson are pictured with "Making Hay". Stillman Bank was among the first to support the Community Art Legacy's endeavor of bringing art and agriculture together and placing 10 life-size bronze sculptures in Oregon in 10 years. For more info, visit

Stillman Valley Fall Festival Parade

Stillman Valley Fall Festival Parade

Stillman Bank is proud to be the Presenting Sponsor of the Stillman Valley Fall Festival. For more info, visit