We hope you’ll join us for our 13th Annual InFirst Bank Veteran’s Marathon on Sunday, November 3rd!  Our marathon will be held, once again, on the beautiful Ghost Town Trail.  All proceeds from our marathon go to the local non-profit 501c3 WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA VETERANS RELIEF FUND.  To find out more about the race, how to sign up, and how to become a sponsor, please visit

The WPVRF provides financial relief and service to veterans throughout western Pennsylvania. If you wish to donate directly to this local 501c3, you may send funds to:

Western PA Veterans Relief Fund (WPVRF)
832 Philadelphia St.
Indiana, PA 15701


Please take a moment to view our Veteran’s Marathon video highlighting a few of our favorite moments over the years.

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InFirst Bank Hometown Champions

Some of our amazing team members were recently recognized for their commitment to their communities and were awarded Hometown Champion by the PACB (PA Assoc. of Community Bankers).  We’re so proud of our staff and their dedication not only to InFirst, but also to the communities they live in.

Click this link to read about our Hometown Champions:


IFB Cares

Our team members love to give back!  See what they’ve been doing to volunteer in the communities we serve!

Team members have: given away mums to customers, handed out hot chocolate & popcorn at the Indiana Christmas Parade, served thanksgiving dinners for members of the Jeanette community, handed out popcorn at Latrobe Homecoming, sponsored Cambria County Shop with a Cop, handed out snacks at a football game, donated popcorn to Feeding the Spirit, completed highway clean-up, volunteered at Potatofest, donated activity books & crayons to Laurel View Village (senior care center), given kids activity bags to the Richland PD, handed out free iced tea to customers at a local deli, donated craft and activity items to Chestnut Hills Senior Center, donated koozies to the Shane O’Mak Race/fundraiser, donated free ice cream coupons to local cheerleaders & football players, donated dog food to the Homer City K9 Unit, assisted with food for the Teddy Bear Fun Ride, donated water to local VFD’s, Citizen Ambulance, & the Indiana County Sheriff’s Dept., hosted a kids table at the Sykesville Fair, donated products to the Gateway Humane Society, donated kid packs to the West Hills PD, handed out water & trinkets to participants at Thunder in the Valley & the Indiana-Armstrong Home Builders Assoc. golf outing, gave coupons for free ice-cream to local cheerleaders, donated a gift card to Indiana County Sheriff Bob Fyock for his K9, handed out trinkets dad’s for Fathers Day, held a clean-up day at HEAL Animal Shelter, and renovated a house with Habitat for Humanity.

mums  holiday_parade    food donation
   hoco    shop_w-a_cop

     ConTwp           highway cleanup2   

highway cleanup3   Potatofest     Potatofest2 

 Laurel View Village   Richland Police Dept.   

HC Football

    iced-tea2   iced-tea1   

ShankOMakRace   NatNightOut


Teddbear_Fun_Ride  teddybear_fun-ride2   HC_Cheerleaders HC_k9      Sykesville VFD water donation            Thunder in the valley   Habitat for Humanity Habitat for Humanity   Habitat for Humanity   Fathers Day HEAL Animal Rescue   HEAL Animal Rescue   HEAL Animal Rescue HEAL Animal Rescue   HEAL Animal Rescue


HEAL Animal Rescue      HEAL Animal Rescue   HEAL Animal Rescue


Deacon's Pantry food donation   Deacon's Pantry food donation   Blairsville Father's Day giveaways   Blairsville Father's Day giveaways


Citizens water donation   Homer City Bears Cheerleaders ice cream donation


Sheriff's office donation   Indiana County Sheriff's office donation   Citizens water donation   Home Builders Association Golf Outing donation
infirst bank in the community

InFirst Bank is proud to be a partner with numerous charitable organizations in our communities providing financial, in-kind and volunteer participation.

The following are just some of the organizations we are associated with.

* Indicates InFirst Bank employees serving in board and/or committee capacities