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Strengthening the communities where we live and work. That's what Citizens Helping Citizens is all about.
We understand that a good bank is at the heart of a community, and that investing in our communities enriches us all. That's why we partner with local non-profit organizations to build vital connections to help communities prosper.
Our programs assist those in need so they may receive food and clothing, find affordable housing, develop their skills for better jobs, and expand their financial literacy.
Corporate Giving - We believe that investing in the communities where we live and work enriches us all. That's why we give to organizations that are making a difference locally by enhancing quality of life and economic vitality in the communities we serve.
Our Colleagues - We support our colleagues who dedicate their time to charitable causes that are meaningful to them. In 2016, our colleagues provided more than 89,000 hours of volunteer service across our communities. To encourage personal giving, we double the charitable contributions of our colleagues to eligible nonprofits.
Working with local nonprofits, we support educational programs that help adults and children develop healthy financial habits. Learn More
Champions in Action
We spotlight the unsung heroes that make a difference in our communities and invite you to get involved.
Citizens Bank Park
Each season, we work hard to make Phillies baseball games memorable for thousands of Philadelphia fans.
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We were recently honored with an International Sponsorium Award for improving the quality of community life.
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