At Taylor Bank, giving back to the community is part of our culture. For over 125 years, we remain committed to reinvesting your money locally to help our community grow.
A $25,000 pledge from Taylor Bank to the Worcester County Library Foundation will be used to fund the development and construction of the new Berlin Library. In recognition of the donation, the bank will receive the naming opportunity for the Conference Room and Local History Collection to be located within the new library. A check presentation was made on November 29, 2016. Pictured from left to right are Jennifer Ranck, Director of Worcester Country Library; Ray Thompson, President and Chief Executive Officer of Calvin B. Taylor Bank, Charlotte Cathell, Director of Calvin B. Taylor Bank and member of the Worcester County Library Foundation Board; and Joseph Moore, Director of Calvin B. Taylor Bank and Campaign Chair for the Berlin Library Fund.
Taylor Bank volunteers for the Ocean City Young Professionals 2016 United Spirit Campaign.
Our employees in Berlin donated school items to local elementary schools on September 1, 2016. Pictured areTeresa Dennis, Atif Gaddis, and Debbie Winter from our Main Office with Buckingham Elementary staff (above) and Berlin Intermediate staff (below).
March of Dimes walk at Assateague Island, 2016
Taylor Bank, in partnership with the Maryland Bankers Association, proudly participated in the 2016 "Embrace Life, Nurture Sucess" Food Drive. The Maryland Food Bank will distribute all food donations to individuals and families in need in communities across the state.
Happy Earth Day! We planted 13 trees at a local park with the Town of Berlin!
Raymond M. Thompson, president of Taylor Bank, presents $50,000 to Alane Capen, president of Coastal Hospice, as a pledge toward the campaign to build Coastal Hospice at the Ocean.
A $100,000 donation from Taylor Bank has launched the start of a new community initiative designed to bring the latest technology to Worcester County's public schools. Community members gathered at Stephen Decatur High School, Tuesday November 11, 2014, to celebrate the beginning of the Worcester County Education Foundation. This organization will be devoted to increasing the technology available to local students.