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Who we serve
EagleBank is all about forming and building loyal customer and community relationships. That’s how our bank has grown since its founding in 1998. As a local community bank, it is important for us to give back, serve, and be involved with making our community a better place to live, work, and play. EagleBank supports many organizations in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Our alliance with George Mason University provides many opportunities to interact with the community. We also sponsor an annual EagleBank Golf & Tennis Classic to raise funds for breast cancer research, education, and treatment. Employees can also join our Eagle Helping Hands group which serves many causes all year long in our market area.
Proud Recipients of the Raymond James Community Bankers Cup
EagleBank has been a proud recipient of the Raymond James Community Bankers Cup since 2012.
This award recognizes the top 10% of community banks in the nation based on profitability, operational efficiency, and balance sheet metrics. The Raymond James Community Bankers Cup acknowledges the "superior financial performance and the strong stock performance" of the top 26 banks.
"...Raymond James is a multinational financial services company and their recognition underscores EagleBank's long-standing commitment to customer service and institutional excellence. As we navigate the COVID-19 challenges, the same dedication to best practices and customer interests will always be a part of our banking mission." - Susan Riel
EagleBank Foundation Supports COVID-19 Relief in the Washington Metro Area
The EagleBank Foundation is pleased to announce a $100,000 donation to area hospitals and community organizations fighting COVID-19. The foundation identified several area hospitals hard hit by the pandemic, as well as food banks and first responder aid organizations serving a community that is struggling under the economic weight of the crisis
The funds will help secure PPE, hospital in-room technology for healthcare staff, and meals for families in the community. “We are honored to provide critical funds for frontline healthcare workers and first responders as well as our fellow community members who are suffering economically at this time,” said Don Rogers, Chairman of the EagleBank Foundation. “We are grateful to deliver support to our community as we come together to move past this crisis.”
Early in the pandemic, EagleBank also allocated $50,000 in emergency aid to George Mason University students displaced by the COVID 19 crisis.
How we give
The Foundation’s annual Golf & Tennis Classic has raised close to $3.5 million for Breast Cancer Research since its inception in 2005. These funds have enabled local hospitals and other cancer-focused organizations in our community to continue ongoing research and provide support services—all dedicated to putting an end to breast cancer.
To learn more about the annual EagleBank Foundation Golf & Tennis Classic, visit EagleBankFoundation.org.
Established in 2009, the Eagle Helping Hands program facilitates employee giving and volunteering. Our mission is to create worthwhile and exciting opportunities for EagleBank employees to express their community spirit. With Eagle Helping Hands, employees build new friendships inside and outside the bank while benefiting our community and our bank. Some ongoing Eagle Helping Hands events include...
Shepherd’s Table: Eagle Helping Hands volunteers partner with Shepherd’s Table, an organization in Silver Spring, Maryland that offers basic services including meals, social services, medical support, clothing, and other assistance to the homeless. With the organization, our volunteers do everything from gardening to serving food to those who are less fortunate.
Summer Reading Party: Since 2012, our Eagle Helping Hands volunteers have teamed with the Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing to throw a Kids’ Summer Reading Party. The best part of this experience has always been sharing and distributing the collection of donated books and reading with the children.
Since 2002, our employees have been participating in the National Capital Area Kidney Walk -- Founded By The Ron and Joy Paul Foundation, which has grown from approximately 40 walkers to over 1,000, and has raised over $1,800,000. In 2017 alone, over 30 employees participated in the walk, raising over $25,000—our best fundraising effort to-date.
EagleBank ranked #2 in 2019 metro-area giving and #4 in 2019 metro-area volunteer hours for midsize companies by the Washington Business Journal.
On May 7, 2015, EagleBank entered into a long-term relationship with George Mason University. It is broad-based and multi-faceted. EagleBank has been providing scholarships to students, hiring graduates and alumni, sponsoring internships, hosting speaker series, and more.
And as part of the agreement, on July 1, 2015 the Patriot Center was renamed the EagleBank Arena. Home to Mason basketball games, high school graduations, concerts and events, the EagleBank Arena has over half a million visitors a year.
This alliance is just further evidence of our strong support for Northern Virginia and for the community generally. At EagleBank, we never forget that community is the first word in community bank.
See the press release here.
Every August, our employees collect school supplies to donate to the Children’s Program at the District Alliance for Safe Housing (DASH), which provides housing opportunities and support services for homeless families in Montgomery County, Maryland.
Since 2012, EagleBank has partnered with EverFi to bring their web-based financial literacy course to high school students. By using the latest in new-media technology to bring financial concepts to life, students learned critical skills that will help them become better-informed, more responsible citizens. There are up to eleven high schools participating in the program—four in Washington, D.C., five in Fairfax County, and one each in Arlington and Loudon counties.
EagleBank’s Chief Financial Officer, Charles Levingston, took to the classroom for a day to share some first-hand knowledge with a group of exceptionally bright second-graders. The students at Bannockburn Elementary School in Bethesda, Maryland, joined in an interesting discussion on some of the basic principles of banking and finance.