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As a community bank, it’s important to us to take care of our neighbors and to make our communities great places to live. We understand the challenges of small-town life and know what a difference generosity can make to our towns — because we live here, too.


Union Bank and the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA)

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) periodically evaluates thousands of banks across the country to determine how well their lending practices contribute to the vibrancy of local communities. Historically, only one in twenty of participating banks earn the coveted “Outstanding” rating which is reserved for banks that most effectively meet the credit needs of their local communities. In its most recent examination by regulatory agencies, Union Bank again received an “outstanding” rating for its compliance with the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA). “Union Bank is proud to have the efforts of its staff recognized by the Outstanding rating.” states David S. Silverman, Union Bank President and CEO. “In today’s challenging economic environment, it has become even more important for banks to fulfill their commitments under the CRA – to invest vital capital to all segments of the communities we serve, including low- and moderate-income areas, and to ensure small businesses receive the funding they need to stay competitive and keep our communities strong. Union Bank is committed to the success of the communities in which we do business, and we are pleased that our efforts to support these communities have been recognized by the FDIC.” This puts Union Bank in the unique position of being one of the top banks in the nation both in terms of financial performance and in meeting the credit and economic development needs of the communities we serve.(Outstanding Rating Press Release, June 13, 2014)

Community Donations

Union Bank donates thousands of dollars to community organizations annually, and its employees volunteer countless hours of their expertise and time. From fundraising for cancer patients to celebrating our hometown teams and organizations, Union Bank is committed to building and maintaining the communities we live in.

We receive hundreds of requests for donations each year. If you are a non-profit located in an area where a Union Bank branch is located, please send your donation request by filling out our Charitable Giving Request Form.

Special Events and Programs:

Copley Health SystemsUnion Bank generously donates to Copley’s Annual Fund each year and supports special campaigns. Most recently Union Bank supported the Hospital’s new emergency room expansion and surgical suite.

LACiNg Up for CancerThis annual fundraising event donates 100% of funds raised to help cancer patients struggling with financial burdens brought on by their diagnosis. Union Bank participates as a Platinum Sponsor and many of the bank’s employees work hard on their own or as a team to raise sponsorship funds. Union Bank employees proudly raised $9,010 in 2014 to assist cancer patients in Lamoille County.

Save for Success Working to help the community takes a variety of shapes. Save for Success was started by Union Bank in 1995 with the goal of inspiring kids to start a savings habit during elementary school, combined with learning personal financial skills. Union Bank contributes the first $1 to each participating students’ account.

A partial listing of the organizations and programs we support:

American Cancer Society – St. Johnsbury Relay for Life
Antiques & Uniques – Craftsbury
AWARE
Bellows Free Academy
Bishop Marshall School
Boys & Girls Club of No. Country NH
Bryan Memorial Gallery
Burke Area Chamber of Commerce
Cabot Community Associations
Cabot Connects Mentoring Program
Caledonia County Fair
Cambridge Area Rotary
Cambridge Arts Council
Cambridge Fire Department Auxiliary
Cambridge Rescue Squad
Cambridge Rotary Fun Run & Walk
Catamount Film & Arts
Central VT Adult Basic Education
Central VT Council on Aging
Clarina Howard Nichols Center
Cobleigh Public Library
Community Partners Classic
Copper Cannon Camp
Craftsbury Community Care Center
Craftsbury Public Library
Craftsbury Schools
Danville High School Alumni Associations
Eden Central School
Fairfax Alumni Assoc.
Fairfax Parks & Recreation
Faith in Action Northern Communities Partnership
First Night St. Johnsbury
Franklin County Babe Ruth
Franklin County Field Days
Franklin County Home Health Agency, Inc.
Franklin County Industrial Development Corp
GCEDC (Grafton County Economic Development
Corporation).
Gene McDonough Memorial Golf Tournament
Gilman Housing Trust Inc. dba RuralEdge
Good Living Senior Center
GRACE
Green Mountain Boy Scouts
Greensboro Nursing Home
Hard’ack, Inc. – St. Albans
Hardwick Kiwanis
Helen Day Art Center
Hope Grows Community Farm Program
Hyde Park Elementary School
Hyde Park VFW 7779
International Order of the Rainbow for Girls
Johnson Elementary School 5/6th grade
Johnson State College
Kingdom County Productions
Knights of Columbus Fr. Boivin council #5041
Lamoille Area Cancer Network, Inc.
Lamoille Community Food Share, Inc.
Lamoille County Court Diversion
Lamoille County Field Days
Lamoille County Planning Commission
Lamoille Economic Development Corporation
Lamoille Family Center
Lamoille Home Health
Lamoille Housing Partnership
Lamoille North Supervisory Union
Lamoille Region Chamber of Commerce
Lancer Soccer Club
Lampher Memorial Library
Littleton Regional Healthcare Charitable Foundation
Littleton River District Development Commission
Lyndon Area Youth Hockey Association
Lyndon State College
Lyndonville Rotary Club
Lyric Theatre Company
March of Dimes
Meals on Wheels
Meals on Wheels Lamoille County
Missisquoi Valley Rescue
Morristown Alliance for Culture & Commerce
Morristown Recreation Council
Morrisville Rotary
NEK Chamber of Commerce
NEK Kids on the Move
New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
NFI Vermont, Inc.
No. Country NH/American Cancer Society – North
Country NH Relay for Life
North Central Vermont Recovery Center
Northeast Organic Farming Association, VT
Northeastern VT Regional Hospital
Northwestern Medical Center
Orleans Southwest Supervisory Union
Peoples Academy Project Graduation
Remembrance Run, Inc.
River Arts of Morrisville
Rotary Club of Newport
RSVP
Rural Edge
Salvation Farm
Smugglers Notch Area Chamber of Commerce
St. Johnsbury Chamber of Commerce
St. Johnsbury Heritage
St. Johnsbury Kiwanis Club
St. Johnsbury Athenaeum
St. Johnsbury Chamber of Commerce
St. Johnsbury Players
Sterling College
Stowe Area Association
Stowe Land Trust
Stowe Vibrancy
Stowe Weekend of Hope
Thaddeaus Stevens School
The American Legion
The Hardwick Town House
The NMC Jim Bashaw Fund
The St. Albans Raid
The Turning Point of Franklin County
The Village of Hyde Park
Tim’s House
Town of Hardwick
Town of Morristown
Twin Valley Seniors, Inc.
Under the Wings Community Youth Outreach
United Way/Festival of Trees
United Way of Lamoille County
Vermont Children’s Trust Foundation
Vermont Council on Rural Development
Vermont Historical Society
Vermont Sheriffs Association
Voices Against Violence
VT American Legion Auxiliary Unit #64
VT Ski and Snowboard Museum
VT’s North Country Chamber of Commerce
Waterford School Association
Waterville Elementary School
Wee Explorers’ Preschool
Weeks Medical Center Auxiliary
Women’s Rural Entrepreneurial Network
Wonder & Wisdom

Charitable Giving Request Form