Community Involvement

At Tennessee State Bank, we believe in the power of community and are deeply committed to making a positive impact in the areas that we serve. As a community bank, our mission extends beyond providing financial services; we strive to be a catalyst for growth, support, and well-being.

Montay Calloway reads to a classroom for Read Across America Week
Montay Calloway reading a book to a class of children

Pigeon Forge Branch preparing Easter Baskets for the children of Isaiah 117 House

TSB's Pigeon Forge Branch prepared Easter Baskets for the children of Isaiah 117 House.



 We actively engage in various initiatives that promote economic development, financial education, and social well-being. Through partnerships with local organizations, such as local schools, the Smoky Mountain Service Dogs, and Friends of the Smokies, we support projects that enhance the quality of life for our neighbors. Whether it's sponsoring community events, providing financial literacy programs in schools, or supporting small businesses, we are dedicated to fostering a thriving community.

By investing in the places where we live and work, we help create opportunities, foster connections, and build a better future for us all. At Tennessee State Bank, community involvement is at the heart of what we do, and we are proud to be a trusted partner in making a difference. 

TSB employees and students from Sevier County High School holding shirts that TSB handed out for the high school senior class of 2024

EverFi Financial Literacy Program

Tennessee State Bank proudly sponsors the EverFi financial literacy program.  We are proud to be committed to advancing financial education in Sevier and Cocke County schools by partnering with EverFi. Fourth graders are learning about Responsible Money Choices, Credit and Borrowing, Insurance and Safety, Savings and Investing, Income and Careers and Making Plans with Money. Seniors in Cocke County are taught about the same subjects, at a higher level, plus Payment types, Credit Scores, Financing Higher Education, Investing and Renting vs Owning. We are preparing students for their financial future.

Each year, TSB distributes T-shirts to the senior classes of high schools in Sevier County, Cocke County, and some schools in Knox County.

County WebsitesMegan McReynolds, Olivia Harris, Sam Cole, and Robin Kurtz preparing hot dogs for a local elementary school field day

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