Community: A Shared Commitment
1st Colonial Community Bank has a shared commitment to both the economic and societal well-being of the community it serves. When our community prospers and flourishes, our bank prospers and flourishes. It’s just that simple.
That’s why we are committed to supporting an array of local non-profit organizations that seek to give back to our friends and neighbors including community events, arts, culture, education, and more. Giving back to the community is a natural extension of who we are. We’re more than just your local bank, we’re your neighbor.
Collingswood Book Fair
The Bank is pleased to provide 500 bags to the Annual Collingswood Book Festival. This award-winning Festival is South Jersey’s premiere literary event and draws thousands of readers of all ages to the downtown where booksellers, storytellers, workshops, exhibits, activities and entertainment can be enjoyed by all. Learn more.
The Joseph Fund of Camden Hand Up Gala
The Bank is a proud supporter of The Joseph Fund, a philanthropic organization investing resources in support of a variety of organizations and initiatives that address the greatest needs of the Camden community. Get invovled.
March of Dimes Born to Shine Event
The Bank is pleased to support the March of Dimes Born to Shine event. The March of Dimes leads the fight for healthy mothers and babies. Their premier fundraiser recognizes outstanding citizens throughout the community. Learn how you can make a difference.
The Bank is pleased to support the Chamber of Commerce of Southern New Jersey by sponsoring their annual Pinnacle Awards dinner. Each year, the Chamber presents the Pinnacle Awards, which recognizes outstanding members of our local community for their public service work. To learn more about the Chamber of Commerce visit chambersnj.com.
Collingswood High School Panthers
The Bank is a proud supporter of our hometown football team the Collingswood Panthers. We wish them a safe and successful season on the gridiron.
Haddon Township High School Football
The fall football season is one of the best times of the year in our communities. We are proud to support our local teams – go Hawks!
Haddon Township Crew Club Donation
The Bank was pleased to donate $19,000 to the Haddon Township Crew Club toward the purchase of a new team quad skull. This stunning new craft is housed at the Camden County Boat House on Cooper River – the home of the Club.