- Community Investment
We, at American Bank, care about
the communities and neighborhoods around us. We strive to be a
responsible corporate citizen by investing our resources, both
human and financial, to enrich the quality of life in the
communities we serve. We strive to meet the distinctive needs of the
neighborhoods we call home.
American Banks partnership with United Way allows employees to
give back to their communities with their time and talents as
well as financial contributions.
One of our core values is the commitment to support the
financial and social health of the community. We demonstrate
this value through:
Seeking opportunities to enhance the social and economic well
being of our community.
Providing financial support to the community through grants
Supporting and encouraging individual volunteerism and
Contributing personal time and leadership to community
initiatives that align with our
vision and values.
Developing and delivering products and services that meet the
needs of our respective communities.
Raising community awareness of our activities.
Our areas of focus include: Revitalizing Communities - We partner with organizations,
projects and programs that:
create and retain wealth in low to moderate income
support economic development and small business growth,
promote home ownership and home improvement opportunities in
low to moderate income neighborhoods,
reinforce the economic viability of city neighborhoods and the
overall community, and
strengthen and increase safe, affordable, permanent housing
Education - We partner with organizations, projects and
remove obstacles to credit,
facilitate job creation, retention and advancement,
remove language barriers,
create social and economic opportunities for low and moderate
income individuals, and
develop and strengthen the skills necessary for low and
moderate income individuals to succeed.
Arts & Culture - We partner with organizations, projects
and programs that:
are inclusive and represent diverse perspectives,
exhibit a strong position as institutional neighbors,
exhibit leadership among their peers in developing public /
private arts partnerships, and
expose employees to the diversity of cultural arts in the
How to make a request: For more information, please contact
one of our local branch managers to discuss your request or
click here for the application.