Banks are known for perks such as “bankers’ hours” and holidays—but at Standard Bank, we offer associates so much more. Integrity, Respect, Customer-Oriented, Teamwork, Innovation, and Positivity are the core values carried out by our associates, and we work to support these values within a “Corporate Family” atmosphere that includes a very competitive package of benefits, education and volunteer support, and work/life balance solutions.
Perhaps equally as important as how a bank makes your money work for you is how their mission and their own investing makes your world, your community a better place. If nearly every bank offers similar products and services, how can you tell if your bank’s practices align with your values? Do you share the same mission? Believe it or not, your answers to these questions matter a lot.
Being the victim of fraudulent banking activity or a hacked account can feel like the absolute worst if it happens to you. Along with the hassle of disputing charges, there can be fees from debtors for returned or delayed payments in addition to potential overdraft fees. Will your credit be ruined? Will all your money be stolen? Panic sets in. Stop! Take a deep breath.
The Standard Charitable Foundation, with support from Standard Bank, has awarded a $7,500 grant to Allegany County Habitat for Humanity to assist with the purchase of materials for their current housing project, which is located in Cumberland, Maryland.
The Standard Charitable Foundation, with support from Standard Bank, has awarded a $5,000 grant to Strong Women, Strong Girls (SWSG), a Pittsburgh non-profit that specializes in the mentorship of young women. The grant will be used to empower girls to imagine a broader future through a curriculum grounded on female role models. The curriculum is delivered by college women mentors, who are themselves mentored by professional women.
Frostburg, Md. — The Standard Charitable Foundation, with support from Standard Bank, has awarded a $2,500 grant to the Evergreen Heritage Center Foundation to help fund “Elementary Edibles,” an impactful health and science enrichment program for disadvantaged children. “Elementary Edibles” provides a school-year-long, hands-on edible gardening program designed to increase student willingness to try healthy foods by 20% or more […]