Community Commitment

We’re Involved in the Communities we serve in a big way. We’re not just your branch, we’re a part of your roots!

Customers want the best of both worlds and they get it at Howard Bank. We want to build a bank that not only has an impact on the communities it serves, but leaves a legacy. Contributing to the community is something that we value, whether that is supporting a local business, sponsoring a community event or serving on a board. We are committed to the people and businesses of the communities we serve. And the only way we know to keep that commitment is to be almost obsessive in our approach to volunteerism and participation. It’s a job requirement of every one of our executives to serve on the board of a local non-profit agency.

Our staff, investors, and directors are intrinsically connected to our communities. Some have called us a soft touch. We prefer to think of it as putting our resources where they’re most going to make a difference. We have provided bank resources and monetary support to more than 100 organizations. The response in the communities we serve has been incredibly rewarding.

If your organization has an event that you would like Howard Bank to consider supporting, please click on the Community Investment button below for more details.

Community Investment

Here are some of the community events/organizations we are supporting in 2017. Also listed are some of the HB Team Members that are associated with these organizations.  Click Here to view our “In The Community” Events Calendar on our Blog!

Alzheimer’s Association
Annapolis/Anne Arundel County Chamber Awards Program- Penny Cantwell
Anne Arundel County Public Library – Michelle Coates
ARC of Howard County – Chocolate Ball – Michael Munoz
Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce – Carolyn Norwood
Baltimore Washington Medical Center Foundation – Penny Cantwell
Blossoms of Hope
Boys & Girls Club of Cecil County – Cheryl Artysiewicz
Boys & Girls Club of Harford County
Cecil Community College – Little Black Dress – Jenn Scully
Cecil County Chamber of Commerce – Tracy Reynolds
Cecil County Department of Economic Development
Center Stage – Capital Campaign – Charlie Schwabe
Central Baltimore Future Fund
Chesapeake Shakespeare
Columbia 50th Anniversary
Columbia Festival of the Arts – Bob Altieri
Community Action Council – Dick Story
Community Foundation  of Howard County – Chris Marasco
Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County – Penny Cantwell
Community Foundation of Harford County
Cystic Fibrosis – Wine Masters
Elkton Alliance – Tracy Reynolds
Ellicott City Partnership- April Marasco
Enoch Pratt Free Library
Fair Hill Nature Center – Tracy Reynolds
Featherstone Foundation – Michael Munoz
Fort Meade Alliance – Penny Cantwell
Girl Scouts of Central Maryland
Goodwill Industries –  Dennis Finnegan
Grassroots of Howard County – Sean Hough
Greater Baltimore Committee – Annual Meeting
Harford Community College – Danielle Mullin
Harford County Chamber of Commerce – Danielle Mullin
Harford County Chamber Youth Entrepreneur Academy – Danielle Mullin
Howard County Citizens Police Advisory – Tim Pierce
Howard Community College, President’s Ball
Howard Community College, Silas Craft Collegians
Howard Community College Educational Foundation Vino Scholastico – Chris Marasco
Howard County Arts Council – Celebration of the Arts – Bob Altieri
Humanim Seeds Program
Inner Arbor Trust (Chrysalis)- Mary Ann Scully
Junior Achievement  – Mary Ann Scully, Bob Altieri, Josh Phillips, Dana Eckert
Kennedy Krieger Institute, Capital Campaign – Mary Ann Scully
Kennedy Krieger Institute, Festival of Trees – Mary Ann Scully
Leadership Howard County – Barbara Knickman, Dick Story
Loyola University, Business Leader of the Year Award
Making Change – Sean Hough
ManneqART
Maryland Bankers Association Convention Sponsor
Maryland Bankers Association First Friday
Maryland Building Industry Association’s “Care Foundation”
Maryland Food Bank
Maryland Science Center – Chris Marasco
Maryland Zoo in Baltimore – Jim Witty
Meals on Wheels – Wade Barnes
Mercy Catholic High School – John Wasowicz
Our Daily Bread- Mary Ann Scully
Red Branch Theater
Rising Sun Chamber of Commerce – Jenn Scully
St Jude’s Hope – Jim Witty
St. Agnes Hospital – “The Supper”
Stocks in the Future – Randy James
Walters Art Museum – Frank Turner
Y of Central MD, Ellicott City – Christian Roop
Zaching Against Cancer – Chris Infantino

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