CFG Community Bank makes Baltimore Business Journal’s Corporate Philanthropy Lists

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CFG Community Bank makes Baltimore Business Journal’s Corporate Philanthropy Lists

October 4, 2013

BALTIMORE, MD– Today the Baltimore Business Journal released the 2013 “Largest corporate philanthropists in Greater Baltimore,” and “Greater Baltimore’s most generous corporate givers,” lists reflecting the top 25 most generous corporate donors.  CFG Community Bank was listed among companies such as CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, Exelon Corporation, DLA Piper, and St. John Properties, Inc.  The results were based off of each company’s giving history for 2012.  According to the Journal, the region’s 25 largest corporate givers donated $46.8 million to Baltimore-area nonprofits.

John W. “Jack” Dwyer, owner and chairman of the board, acquired CFG Community Bank in August 2009.

“The bank’s corporate giving platform demonstrates the altruistic culture instilled by Mr. Dwyer.  Employees have embraced volunteer and matching gift opportunities.  I am proud to be part of the CFG family;” said Amy Bauer, senior vice president.  Bauer oversees the company’s community engagement program.

CFG and its subsidiaries, Capital Funding and Capital Finance, ranked 19th on the “corporate givers” list with a total giving value of $322,303.  The bank was 24th on the “corporate philanthropists” list with $304,538 in total donations.

About CFG Community Bank

CFG Community Bank is headquartered in the CFG Tower at 1422 Clarkview Road in Baltimore.  The bank has three branches located in Annapolis, Fell’s Point, and Lutherville.  For more information visit www.cfgcommunitybank.com or call 410-823-0550.

CFG Community Bank is an Equal Housing Lender.  Member FDIC.