Provo, Utah (May 25, 2023) –
CCBank announced today that it has joined with the Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLB) of Des Moines to provide $137,000 in new support to eight local Utah nonprofits that will go toward efforts around affordable housing and community development, and these funds will be distributed to the following nonprofits by June 15th, 2023: 1) Harrington Center for the Arts; 2) The Refuge Utah; 3) NeighborWorks – Mountain Country Home Solutions; 4) Salt Lake Valley Habitat for Humanity; 5) Habitat for Humanity – Utah County; 6) Follow the Flag; 7) The Malouf Foundation, and 8) Boys and Girls Clubs of Utah County.
“CCBank is a longstanding community bank in Utah with a proud tradition of reinvesting in the communities we serve,” explained Matt Field, CCBank’s President & CFO. “Our nonprofit community does the good work each day of building up our neighbors most in need, and we’re very excited to add additional support to these nonprofits as they continue their service to our great state of Utah. We’d also like to thank the FHLB’s Member Impact Fund for providing up to $15 million in grants to partner banks located in Utah, Hawaii, Idaho, Wyoming, American Samoa, and Guam.”
In addition to this fund distribution, CCBank also supports another 20 community organizations each year that include local nonprofits, area chambers and high schools, and the Utah Valley Homebuilders Association. For more information, please visit CCBank.com.
Founded in 1993, CCBank is a community-focused financial institution with branch offices located in Salem, Provo, Orem, Pleasant Grove, Sandy—and a newly opened branch office In St George—to serve the banking needs of Utah residents and businesses. The bank prides itself on being a longstanding community bank focused on the financial and social health of Utah communities and through its offering of industry-leading rates, personalized service, financial technology, and quick decisions made at the local level. CCBank is an Equal Housing Lender | Member FDIC.