A Simple, New Way to Raise Money for Your Favorite
Allow Provident Bank to assist you in raising money for your favorite non-profit
organization (Homeowners' Associations, booster clubs, church groups, senior clubs, foundations, etc.).
The sooner you get started, the more money you can raise for your group.
What is it?:
- A way to earn money for your non-profit organization.
- A way for Provident Bank to give back to the community.
- A donation to your non-profit organization.
Who Can Participate in Provident's Community Partnership Program?
All non-profit organizations are invited to participate.
Examples of current organizations taking advantage of the unique opportunity include:
How Does an Organization Get Started?
- Churches and Other Religious Groups
- Service Groups
- Parent Teacher Associations (PTAs)
- Homeowners' Associations
- Booster Clubs
- Foundations and Societies
Simply meet with a Branch Manager at your local Provident Bank Retail Banking office.
- The Manager will help you fill out a short application
- Pass on the good news to your group's supporters. They will need to advise Provident Bank that they want to support your organization. This is as easy as a phone call or branch visit.
Easy Ways to Motivate Your Group
- Announce it at meetings
- Share the fundraising opportunity with your friends and relatives
- Write about it in your newsletters
- Personalize the program to your organization
- Ask your local Provident Bank Branch Manager to speak at your next group meeting
Donations are based on annualized average balances.
Accounts opened for less than one (1) year will be pro-rated accordingly. Accounts closed on or before December 31st are ineligible.
The organization must have a minimum of $100,000 in deposits tied to the organization for a donation to be made.
Different account types have different payouts.
* Not all Time Deposit accounts are considered qualifying accounts for the Community Partnership Program.
- Personal checking accounts pay 0.15%.
- Personal savings accounts pay 0.10%.
- Personal and business time deposit* accounts pay 0.05%.
- Business checking and savings accounts pay between 0.10% and 0.15%
- The following accounts are NOT eligible for this promotion:
- Corporate Interest Checking
- Payroll Checking
- Holiday Savings
- IRA Time Deposits
When Are Donations Paid Out?
Annual donations are made after the end of the calendar year based on account balances committed to your organization.
What to do if you have been asked by your favorite non-profit organization to help them earn money by banking with Provident Bank.
New Provident Customer -- Stop by or call your local Provident Branch Manager to set up an appointment to open a new account.
Provident Bank offers a variety checking, savings, and certificate of deposit products.
Check our Personal Banking or Business Banking pages for more information.
Existing Customer -- Simply call or stop by and visit with your local Provident Branch Manager.
Rates and programs are subject to change without notice. Provident Bank reserves the right to modify or terminate this program at any time without prior notice.