Community Involvement Program
A Culture of Caring
Empowering employees to make a difference
Employees throughout Union Bank are empowered to be leaders in philanthropy. They respond by volunteering their time and talents, donating thousands of meals, and raising hundreds of thousands of dollars every year. This program unifies our employees in giving back, all while representing Union Bank.
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Supporting the communities we serve
Addressing the needs of our community and supporting non-profit organizations makes our communities stronger, and it’s our privilege to be a philanthropic leader.
Charitable Giving Program
Paying It Forward
Helping organizations help others
Our board of directors has established an annual share of earnings for contributions back into the community in the areas of education, the arts, and community betterment. In the past five years, Union Bank and its holding company have contributed over $5 million back into the community.
Financial Literacy Program
Encouraging solid financial foundations
A good financial education is the key to healthier finances — and we believe it should be accessible to everyone. That’s why we created our Financial Literacy program, in which UBT partners with community nonprofits to provide a customized financial learning experience offered via Zoom or traditional classroom settings. Led by an experienced financial coach, Caitlin Moore, the program covers more than 40 educational topics designed to help people take better control of their finances.
Frequently Asked Questions
Submit this online form to be reviewed at a monthly meeting.
Yes, UBT has a Community Involvement Program for employees that is made up of volunteer opportunities, fundraisers and collecting items to be donated. We also encourage employees to serve on non-profit boards and committees throughout the community.
Each year UBT gives back 2% of its net profit to the communities they serve.
Complete the online form found on our website.
Shred Day is held the Saturday following the end of tax season each year (April 15th marks the end of tax season) and is open to the public.