We actively support our Community Reinvestment Act (“CRA”) program of lending, investment activities, and community services that promote affordable housing and economic development.

We recognize that our continued success is contingent upon the health and vitality of the communities we serve. Taking action to improve the well-being of others is a community responsibility and commitment we’ve upheld since our inception in 1982.

Our Community Commitment:

Positively impact the communities in which we live and operate

Give back with financial contributions, volunteer time, and other resources

Provide leadership and financial solutions to help our communities prosper

Through partnering with community-based organizations and local government agencies, we can address the immediate and long-term needs of the communities we serve. Our primary goal is to support community development activities under the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA). Preference is given to activities to help develop affordable housing for low-income families, promote economic development through the creation of full-time and permanent jobs, and educate the community members on banking services and information through financial literacy programs. Consideration will be given to other local programs providing essential services to improve the quality of life in the communities we serve.

We value the opportunity to work with you to align our resources with your organizational needs. Please contact the Bank's CRA Expert to partner with us!

Sponsorships & Donations

We value the opportunity to provide financial and volunteer support to local and non-profit organizations.

Thank you for your efforts to support local organizations, schools and events. We appreciate you keeping us in mind when it comes to Giving Back! To make a request, please click on the button below.

Community Support Application

Financial Education

The crave to save, learn to earn - Begin at ANY age. Whether 6 or 60, it’s never a bad plan to learn a bit more about money, earning and saving.

We have some great partners to help you learn more about your finances

Review quick links for consumers at www.fdic.gov/quicklinks/consumers.html

Access education tools at over 20 federal sites from one place at www.mymoney.gov

When it comes to teaching kids about money, you can trust The Centsables to lead the way - http://redding.centsables.com/

Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organization - www.khanacademy.org