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Community Spirit

Community spirit is at the core of who we are and Powering business and communitiesTM is our dual mission. While we keep a keen eye on global financial trends, our primary attention is squarely in our backyard of central Pennsylvania.

An overarching goal, beyond delivering a solid return to our shareholders and high-quality services to our customers, is to Be a Difference Maker in our neighborhoods. Before we were shovel-ready at any of our financial centers, we nurtured our community relationships by investing in sponsorships, contributing donations, and sharing goodwill with the residents and business owners.

Because we live where we lend, our community roots run deep and strong, and it remains our privilege to rally around many local and national organizations and causes.

Perhaps you have waved as our team marched in the Memorial Day parades in Derry Township and Camp Hill; or you connected with us at the American Heart Association’s Go Red Luncheon, The Salvation Army Harrisburg Capital Region’s Shoe Strut, or YWCA’s Power of Style; or you said Hello to us on the sidewalk or at the grocery store.

In addition to conversations on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube, our We Revolve Around You imprint is felt in every sponsorship and event. We hope you had a chance to connect with us in person at any of these events:

Customer Appreciation Day  

Customer Appreciation Day

Over 350 people came out for our annual Customer Appreciation Day on June 10, where they had the opportunity to socialize with Centric employees, share some summertime food, and win raffle prizes. A day enjoyed by our customers and employees alike!

Go Red for Women Luncheon  

Go Red for Women Luncheon

Centric proudly supports the American Heart Association as a sponsor for the Go Red for Women luncheon in May.  And watch for us at the Heart Walk in September, too!

Camp Hill Toys for Tots Parade  

Camp Hill Toys for Tots Parade

Centric Bank poudly sponsored and walked in the 8th annual Camp Hill Toys for Tots parade on Saturday, December 5. The Bank created a "Charlie Brown Christmas" themed float for the event, and nearly a hundred employees and family members walked in the parade. Hundreds of toys were collected and donated for local children in need.

GHAR Turkey Drive  

GHAR Turkey Drive

Getty Wilson, our Mortgage Department Manager, helped again this year with the Greater Harrisburg Association of Realtors' annual turkey drive. This is Getty's 22nd year supporting this great cause!  The group distributed over 550 turkeys to families in need.

Hummelstown Halloween Parade  

Hummelstown Halloween Parade

Centric employees walked in the Halloween parade in Hummelstown and handed out candy to hundreds of costumed children lining the streets.

Heart Walk  

Heart Walk

Way to go Getty Wilson and the Centric team who walked in the Heart Walk for the American Heart Association on September 20. Twelve Centric employees participated. Getty and her team raised about $1,000 for this important cause, and got some fun exercise on a beautiful day, too!

United Way Day of Caring  

United Way Day of Caring

Centric's Leslie Meck and Joe Rebarchak again served as co-chairs for the annual United Way Day of Caring, which was held on Friday, September 11. Nearly 1,600 volunteers pitched in to do much needed work for local charitable organizations. Kudos to Leslie and Joe for volunteering their time and efforts for this valuable cause!

Run for Reading  

Run for Reading

This 5K and 1-mile fun run suported children's programs at the Joseph T. Simpson Library in Mechanicsburg. Centric employees came out to volunteer at the event and show their support.

Camp Hill and Derry Township Memorial Day Parades  

Camp Hill and Derry Township Memorial Day Parades

Centric employees came out to support our communities and recognize our lost veterans as they walked in the Derry Township and Camp Hill parades.

Teach Children to Save  

Teach Children to Save

Centric employees volunteered their time to help the nationwide Teach Children to Save program sponsored by the PA Bankers Association. They taught third and fourth graders at the Sylvan Heights Science Charter School the value of saving money. Read more in our press release.