Fostering relationships, the spirit of giving back, and more. See what’s happening in the communities where we are.
When COUNTRY Financial® employees want to help their community, it’s time to hit the trail
Our interns take the day off to help out in the community.
Food drive hosted by COUNTRY Financial® and Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright brought in over a half-ton of food to feed St. Louis children in need
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s fond memories of his mentor came alive during his talk about his book “Coach Wooden and Me: Our 50-Year Friendship On and Off the Court,” in Jones College Prep gymnasium.
The interview took place with Richard Roeper during the 2017 High School Athlete of the Year presentation sponsored by COUNTRY Financial on Sunday, June 11.
COUNTRY Financial employee nominates supervisor for renowned Patriot Award after receiving constant empowerment and notable support in regards to his military duties.
Shoppers may have had to dodge the rain and cold if they wanted to be among the first to get their hands on the newly designed 2017 canvas bag, but that certainly didn’t sway them from attending the unveiling at The Lyndale Market location on May 20.
Students demonstrated their financial thoughtfulness and cashed in with scholarship dollars.
We created the Own Your Future Challenge to ask an important question: what does it mean to own your future, and how can we help? See how the stories of four familes unfold as they begin to own their futures.
Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope for the future.
Students can win scholarship money by sharing their thoughts on financial stewardship.
COUNTRY Financial teamed up with the St. Louis Blues hockey team and Operation Shower to put on a one-of-a kind baby shower for expecting military families.
Young minds get creative with the Economic Concepts Poster Contest.
Raw milk, fresh bison, and corn straight from the field. You might not think these delicious foods are easy to find in the city. Think again.
Tammy Hanson, an Agency Manager in North Dakota, believes in making life a little more fun. Check out this story of how she used an uncommon sport to spice up an Annual Awards Banquet.
Are pools, tennis courts, and parks neighborhood amenities of the past? Maybe not, but there is one new amenity that’s trending across the U.S.
The Andersons run the first community supported agriculture program (CSA) in Dewitt County. Here's their story.