Provident Bank is proud to support and recognize September 15 through October 15 as National Hispanic Heritage Month. National Hispanic Heritage Month honors the cultures and contributions of both Hispanic and Latino Americans as we celebrate heritage rooted in all Latin American countries. During this month and throughout the year, Provident Bank is proud to share history, tradition, and accomplishments of Hispanic and Latino Americans of past and present.
For more information and resources on National Hispanic Heritage Month, please click here.
The Provident Bank employees and interns recently spent time at Lunch Break, a Monmouth County non-profit organization, assisting in providing life’s basic necessities - food, clothing and fellowship - for community members in need. Read More
The Provident Bank recently donated more than 75 journals to Haven House, a non-profit organization offering free mental health services to individuals in Lehigh Valley, for use during client therapeutic programs. Read More
The Provident Bank recently donated chef coats carrying the Bank’s former logo to the Good Shepherd Mission in Paterson, NJ. Read More
On Friday, June 26th interns from The Provident Bank spent the day volunteering at the NJ Veterans Memorial Home at Menlo Park in Edison talking with residents, serving them coffee, and playing games with them. Read More
Provident Bank employees have donated more than 50 new or gently used handbags to Jersey Battered Women’s Services (JBWS) for their annual Old Bag Luncheon. Read More
Intuitive, responsive design offers rich, engaging and searchable content. Financial guidance available via ‘Life Stage’ planning feature. Read More
Provident Bank expert offers tips for paying off higher education debt. Read More
Provides students with disabilities opportunity to learn money and banking basics. Read More
Emma Spolizino, 102, of Chester, NJ, recently visited The Hudson County Community College Library to admire a mural painted by her uncle, Charles Renzulli, in 1967. Read More
Everyone knows that when you sell your home, there are closing costs, realtor commissions, legal fees, etc...but what about the hidden costs? Read More