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Community Involvement

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.

Lunch and Learn Event

Lunch & Learn: IT Security

August 27, 2018 - Kathy Allam, Taylor Bank IT/Electronic Services Manager, shared her IT security knowledge during the Snow Hill Area Chamber of Commerce August Lunch & Learn event at the Snow Hill Library. Kathy presented on email security, Internet browsing, network threats, and more! Check out our Security Center for more great tips to protect your valuable information.

OPGC Donation 2018  

Taylor Bank / Ocean Pines 34th Annual Junior Golf Scholarship Tournament

June 13, 2018 - The Ocean Pines Golf Members’ Council received a $1,000 sponsorship from Taylor Bank for the 34th Annual Taylor Bank / Ocean Pines Junior Golf Scholarship Tournament. This event benefits junior golf in the area by helping to support junior golf clinics and an annual tournament for junior golfers. It also raises funds for scholarships that are presented to local high school seniors who have expressed an interest in golf.

Below are some photos from the tournament. Our teams had a wonderful time!

Golf Tournament Team

Golf Tournament Team

Golf Tournament Team

Golf Tournament Team

Eastern Shore Rural Health System Donation  

Taylor Bank supports the new Eastville Community Health Center

May 22, 2018 - Taylor Bank Board Member John Custis, Vice President and Loan and Business Development Officer Adam James, President and CEO Ray Thompson, and Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer Doug Cook present a check in support of the new Eastville Community Health Center to Eastern Shore Rural Health CEO Nancy Stern at Rural Health’s May board meeting. The donation boosts Rural Health’s efforts to raise $250,000 for a matching grant.

Elder Financial Abuse Awareness Forum  

MBA’s Pay it Forward Week (May 13-19)

May 16 - 17, 2018 - For MBA’s Pay it Forward Week (May 13-19), Taylor Bank and The Bank of Ocean City partnered together to present Elder Financial Abuse Awareness and Prevention forums in Ocean Pines, MD on May 16, 2018 and Pocomoke City, MD on May 17, 2018.

The panel participants in the forums included:

  • Raymond Robinson, Bank Security Officer with Taylor Bank
  • Harry Hammond, Bank Security Officer with Bank of Ocean City
  • Meg Marcarelli, Supervisor of Adult Services with Worcester County Department of Social Services
  • Lieutenant Andy McGee with Worcester County Sheriff’s Department
  • Sergeant Joe Bailey with the Pocomoke City Police Department
  • Lauren Bourden, Assistant Worcester County State’s Attorney

These Elder Financial Abuse Awareness and Prevention Forums are just the beginning of a series of educational forums that will be presented by Taylor Bank and The Bank of Ocean City to educate the public about Elder Financial Abuse. Additional forums are currently being planned for October of 2018.

Thank you to all of our participants and Nancy Bradford from the Bank of Ocean City, Margaret Mudron, Meagan Farber, and Atif Gaddis from Taylor Bank for putting these programs together.

Day 1

Day 2

United Way of Virginia's Eastern Shore  

United Way of Virginia's Eastern Shore Donation

January 24, 2018Taylor Bank is proud to have recently made a $10,000 contribution to United Way of Virginia’s Eastern Shore.

The donation will go towards the organization’s annual Community Impact Fund, which supports local non-profits on the Shore to address the area’s most critical needs, focusing on education, health, and income stability.

United Way of Virginia’s Eastern Shore is a volunteer-driven organization, with support from community and business leaders, which is dedicated to helping the people of Virginia’s Eastern Shore including Accomack and Northampton Counties by organizing and helping to raise financial support from local businesses and individuals for a variety of local charities.

"As a community bank with long-standing ties to the neighborhoods we serve, we feel it is our responsibility to help organizations like United Way of Virginia’s Eastern Shore in its mission to provide relief for the most critical needs of our community," said Taylor Bank President Raymond M. Thompson. Adam James, Taylor Bank Loan and Business Development Officer added, "Being a partner to businesses and organizations within the communities we serve is important to us, and supporting the United Way of Virginia’s Eastern Shore reflects our commitment to the Eastern Shore and its needs."

Pictured from left to right are John P. Custis, Director of Taylor Bank; Adam James, Taylor Bank Loan and Business Development Officer and United Way of Virginia’s Eastern Shore 2017 Campaign Chairman; Ray Thompson, President and Chief Executive Officer of Taylor Bank; Dawn Byrd, United Way of Virginia’s Eastern Shore Director; and Wayne Bell, United Way of Virginia’s Eastern Shore President.

SHMS Donation  

Snow Hill Middle School "Power Pack" Program

January 19, 2018 - The employees of Taylor Bank recently donated $340.00 to the Snow Hill Middle School "Power Pack" Program, an initiative designed to provide a weekend of meals for students in need when school lunch and breakfast is not available. Money was raised through a bank wide Business Casual Day in December, where employees donated $2 each and in return, were permitted to wear their Taylor Bank shirt on the last Friday of the month. Accepting the donation on behalf of SHMS was Kiersten Gray and Christina Welch. Representing Taylor Bank were Jamie Hill, Kathy Allam, and Ashley DeMarr.

Ms. Kolasa's Class  

Junior Achievement at Showell Elementary

December 12, 2017 - Employees Margaret Mudron and Karen Hurley teach a Junior Achievement program to Ms. Kolasa's kindergarten class at Showell Elementary.

 

Young Professionals Christmas Spirit Campaign

December 2, 2017 - Taylor bank employees volunteered for the Young Professionals of Ocean City 2017 Christmas Spirit Campaign. They helped chaperone children as they shopped for Christmas gifts for themselves and family members, and helped wrap the gifts selected by each child. 

PHS Teacher of the Month  

Pocomoke High School/Taylor Bank Teacher of the Month

October 18, 2017 - Congratulations to Brandi Castaneda for receiving the Pocomoke High School/Taylor Bank October Teacher of the Month Award! We are delighted to help recognize Ms. Castaneda for her commitment to the students and community of Pocomoke High School.  Pictured from left to right: Principal Annette Wallace, Ms. Brandi Castaneda, and Taylor Bank Pocomoke Branch Manager Ray Daisey.

 

Collecting Back to School Supplies

August 25, 2017 - Our Main Office staff in downtown Berlin have collected school supplies for two local elementary schools in Berlin. Pictured are Taylor Bank staff with administration staff of Buckingham Elementary.

 

Cedar Chapel School Annual Bowl-A-Thon

April 23, 2017 - Taylor Bank employees Debbie Jones, Christie Mears, Jennifer Figgs, Lee Chisholm, and Scott Williams participate in the 21st Annual Benefit Bowling Tournament for Cedar Chapel Special School.

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