Little Patriots Savings Club

Start your children on the road to financial knowledge and independence. A great first step is the Little Patriots Savings Club. You may think of it as a simple savings account. But the Little Patriots Savings Club promotes financial literacy – educating children about saving, investing, responsible spending and giving back to the community. Visit any of our 25 convenient locations to learn more.

The Little Patriots Savings Club was actually formed from a presentation from Rickey Hall, who wanted an account he could put his money in that he earned from his business, Rickey and Charlie’s Old Fashioned Popping Corn. Thanks to Owensboro Parent Magazine, you can read all about his story!

  • $10 minimum opening deposit
  • Independence Bank will contribute $7.76 to make the opening balance $17.76
  • No minimum balance required
  • No monthly or quarterly service charge
  • Up to six withdrawals per calendar month
  • Interest compounded and credited quarterly
  • annual newsletters
  • early invitation to Bank events

 


Indy’s Fun Corner
Indy the Eagle, our Little Patriot mascot, wants to share some fun activities you can do with your Little Patriots! Post photos to our Facebook page* using #IBLittlePatriot for a chance for your Little Patriot to be featured in one of our upcoming newsletters.

*By submitting photos on our Facebook page, you are voluntarily giving consent to Independence Bank to use photo and information provided by you for possible future use in our Little Patriot Newsletter and also for use on our social media pages. Only submissions from legal parent or guardian accepted. Do not disclose last name of child, only first name and age will be accepted. For further questions or opting out options, please contact us.

** Indy the Eagle Holiday Scavenger Hunt at Panther Creek Park in Owensboro is sponsored by Independence Bank. Additional information can be found on the official Facebook event page. Completed maps must be returned in person to Independence Bank at 2425 Frederica Street or at the Daviess County Parks and Rec Office at 221 Allen Street, no later than January 2, 2021. Completed maps will be entered in the drawing, on January 3rd, for a new Apple iPad Air with Wifi, 64 GB Silver. 

 

Indy’s Book Club

Local student athletes in Owensboro are featured in a virtual story time through our partnership with Owensboro Parent Magazine. Indy’s Book Club was formed to give young students a virtual, educational outlet through an amazing series of books by best-selling author, Becky Cummins.