Santa Cruz County Bank is a locally-owned and headquartered commercial bank in Santa Cruz County. Our clients, employees, and friends live and work here and consider Santa Cruz County "home." As a local business and as residents ourselves, we understand that the strength of our community and our local economy directly affects our livelihood and the livelihood of everyone we serve. We are committed to long-term community building through our involvement in supporting local businesses and organizations that provide services for the benefit of our community. At Santa Cruz County Bank, we reinvest back into the community through volunteerism, as well as serving on the Boards and Committees of local non-profit groups, service clubs, Chambers and charitable organizations. Our Directors, management team and employees are actively involved in numerous activities and generously give their time, their energy, and their talent.
Santa Cruz County Bank has a Community Benefit Program for donation requests. To submit a Community Benefit Program request to the Bank, please refer to our guideline link provided below.
For more information regarding the Bank's community involvement, contact Mary Anne Carson, 457.5003 ext 2118.
Each holiday season Santa Cruz County Bank has participates in the Second Harvest Food Bank's Holiday Food Drive. Every $1 raised, creates four meals.
In partnership with United Way of Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County Bank collected school supplies in each of its five locations for the Stuff the Bus campaign.
The Bank has encouraged its employees to take an active role in giving back to the community since its inception in 2004.
Walk a Mile provides an amazing opportunity for us to reach our community and create more awareness around sexual assault.
Santa Cruz County Bank has a team at the Santa Cruz Relay For Life event every year! All proceeds raised benefit the American Cancer Society and the fight against cancer.
Beth Bowman, Development Director for Habitat for Humanity stated, "These three affordable town homes are 90 hours closer to completion thanks to Santa Cruz County Bank."