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Piedmont Federal is committed to making a positive difference in the communities where we live and work. We provide financial support, and our employees are engaged with a wide range of programs benefiting the community including volunteer hours, board and committee service, financial literacy and fundraising events.
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Senior Services is committed to helping older adults remain at home, living with dignity and aging with purpose. For over ten years Piedmont Federal Savings Bank has partnered with them to plan and host two community item drives benefitting the seniors they serve. The two annual campaigns, Christmas in July and Remember in December, collect thousands of vitally needed health, hygiene and personal items that are crucial in helping seniors remain in their own homes—where they want to be.
Artizens is an art competition between area high school students supported by Piedmont Federal. The incredible art showcases some of the Triad’s most talented young artists. Winners and high school art departments receive prizes and donations.
Supporting Local, Small Businesses (Gift card Giveaway)
After Covid-19 upended local commerce, we stepped up to support the small business community. Each Piedmont Federal branch purchased gift cards from local, small businesses and randomly passed them out through the drive-thrus to our customers.
The Beating Hearts Zumbathon not only concentrates on health, but it also helps raise funds for the Hispanic League Scholarship Program. Piedmont Federal was one of the proud sponsors during this event. There were over 200 people in attendance and thanks to all they managed to raise 2 scholarships for the Hispanic League Scholarship program.
The United Way
The Dwelling (Church) and The United Way renovated 23 offline affordable housing units in the Northwoods (formerly Greenway) neighborhood. Piedmont Federal volunteered over the course of several months in hands-on service to generate housing that was otherwise inaccessible. By creating a community center in the neighborhood where resources can be accessed, we can build stronger neighborhoods while helping people stay housed rather than re-entering the system and crisis of homelessness.