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Working Together. Building Success

Working Together. Building Success.®

It's more than our tagline - it's our way of life. Our associates make tangible impacts across our communities by volunteering at animal shelters, hosting school supply drives, providing financial literacy programs and more.

Below are just a few acts of kindness our associates are leading this year in our local communities. Follow us on Facebook to stay up to date with all that's happening at Peoples Bank.

The Peoples Bank Foundation makes a $10,000 donation to the Marietta Community Foundation’s Hardship & Disaster Relief Fund.

Marietta, Ohio

The Peoples Bank Foundation has made a $10,000 donation to the Marietta Community Foundation’s Hardship & Disaster Relief Fund. The fund provides assistance to Washington County residents facing unforeseen emergencies or natural disasters. This donation is in response to the April 2024 flood affecting the Mid-Ohio Valley.

Eleven Peoples Bank associates pose for a photo opportunity at the Wood County Society Telethon.


Parkersburg, West Virginia

Several associates volunteered at the Wood County Society's 55th Annual Telethon. The team help the organization raise over $300,000. The Wood County Society empowers communities to ensure anyone with a disability is recognized for their abilities.

Two Peoples Bank associates sit at a table at the Paul G. Blazer High School Career Day.


Ashland, Kentucky

Our associates volunteered their time at the Paul G. Blazer High School Career Day, educating students about the variety of opportunities available in the financial industry, as well as the numerous benefits Peoples Bank is proud to provide its employees.

Peoples Bank associates present a check to the staff of the Greenbrier Humane Society and a forever home dog

Lewisburg, West Virginia

On behalf of the Peoples Bank Foundation, associates presented a donation to the Greenbrier Humane Society. The donation will help support and keep their pet food pantry stocked.

Associates from the Coshocton branch stand together holding copies of Timberly's Story

Coshocton, Ohio

Associates donated copies of the book, "Timberly's Story," to local libraries and schools. PEBO associate Timberly White authored the book with the aid of Children's Hospitals to provide awareness of Sickle Cell Disease.

Morgantown Kentucky associates collected toiletries for victims of domestic violence

Morgantown, Kentucky

Associates collected donations for the Green River Area and Barren River Area Safe Space, Inc. The Safe Spaces provide emergency shelter and support services to victims of domestic violence and their children.

Seventeen Peoples Associates and family members pose in the Facing Hunger Foodbank warehouse

Huntington, West Virginia

Associates volunteered at the Facing Hunger Foodbank, helping to pack 124 boxes of meat, two mobile pantry distributions for the week and 972 Senior boxes for the community.

Associate Rich Vaughan and his son stand in front of the Bea Taylor Market Freestore Foodbank

Cincinnati, Ohio

Associate Rich Vaughan and his son volunteered at the Bea Taylor Market by Freestore Foodbank. Freestore Foodbank's mission is to improve lives by eliminating hunger in partnership with the community and to create a hunger-free, healthy and thriving community.


Fiona Pendell and JR Jones stand with their Financial Advice booth at the Real Money, Real World Financial Literacy event

Wilmington, Ohio

Wilmington Main Associate Fiona Pendell and Branch Manager JR Jones participated in the Real Money, Real World Financial Literacy event with OSU Extension at the Clinton Massie Middle School. The event allows young people to learn about basic money management practices through simulated lifestyle and budget choices.

Munfordville Branch Manager Jacquelyn Crain presents a letter of donation to Hart County Deputy Sheriff Tim Nichols

Munfordville, Kentucky

The Munfordville Branch donated funds to the Hart County Sheriff's Office to help law enforcement purchase new equipment and keep the deputies and community safe.

Associate Dan Hartung stands with Madeira Police Chief Schaefer

Madeira, Ohio

Associate Dan Hartung attended the Start with Hello anti-bullying campaign hosted by the Madeira Police Department. The program is dedicated to creating a sense of belonging in communities, especially among youth.

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