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The Bank’s Board of Directors and Management believe that individuals and corporations are responsible for finding ways to improve the communities in which they do business. We pride ourselves in being a community bank, and this means being involved in the community. It also means investing in the community. The Bank’s shareholders have prospered by being part of the Hemet /San Jacinto community, and it is with great pride that we return part of our earnings back to the community.
Operation School Bell® Awarded to The Bank of Hemet for Decades of Support
The Bank of Hemet was awarded the national Operation School Bell® Award on June 10, 2013 from Assistance League® of Hemacinto. The Bank of Hemet represents one of a dozen honorees nationwide who gained the prestigious award for supporting Operation School Bell efforts.
The Bank of Hemet funds local Senior Crimestoppers Program.
Residents at Ramona Manor in Hemet will have enhanced security in an already safe environment with the implementation of the Senior Crimestoppers Program funded by The Bank of Hemet. By funding the Senior Crimestoppers Program, Manor House residents will each receive lock boxes to help prevent theft and loss of personal property; establishment of a completely anonymous 24-hour hotline for reporting problems, cash rewards for information that helps the facility solve or prevent an incident, and on-going training for residents, staff and management.
A charter presentation was held Tuesday, August 28, 2012 at Manor House.
2010 Recipient of Book of Golden Deeds Awards
In December 2010, The Bank of Hemet was selected by the Hemet /San Jacinto Valley Exchange Club as the recipient of the 2010 Book of Golden Deeds Award as a tribute to the vital role it has played in ensuring an exceptional quality of life in our community through donating thousands of volunteer hours and financial contributions in the pursuit of supporting non-profit and community organizations. The Bank of Hemet is the first For-Profit Business to be recognized for this honor since the award's inception over forty years ago.
The Funding of a Hospice House in Hemet.
In February of 2008, The Bank of Hemet, in association with The Community Foundation, purchased a residence in Hemet that will eventually provide hospice care to patients. The house will be donated to Hemet Hospice Volunteers, and will provide an alternative to hospitalization or institutionalization for people receiving hospice care, in a wonderful, home-like setting.
The John McDonough Stadium.
In 2007 The Bank of Hemet worked with Hemet Unified School District in an effort to have Hemet High School's football stadium renamed. The Bank asked that the stadium be named after its one-time president who contributed immensely to making Hemet a better place to work and live. The structure is now called The John McDonough Stadium. Thus far, Hemet Unified School District has received $80,000 in contributions from the Bank, and the Bank intends to work with the school district to make future contributions.
Scholarship Program for the Children of our Employees
2013 marks the eleventh year in which The Bank of Hemet has promoted education through a Children's Scholarship Program, offered to employees who have been with the Bank for at least one year. This year six recipients were awarded with educational scholarships to various universities and colleges. Since its inception, over $350,000 has been invested in the educational program.
The Bank of Hemet is proud to financially support the following organizations in our community, one which includes the Beaumont/Banning area, where our newest branch is located.
|American Cancer Society||American Red Cross|
|Anza Chamber of Commerce||Anza Lions Club|
|Anza Volunteer Fire||Assistance League of Hemacinto|
|Banning Chamber of Commerce||Banning Cultural Alliance|
|Banning High School||Banning Stagecoach Days|
|Banning Unified School District||Beaumont Chamber of Commerce|
|Beaumont Cherry Festival||Beaumont Cherry Valley Parks & Rec.|
|Beaumont High School||Beaumont Unified School District|
|Beaumont Youth Baseball||Blindness Support Services|
|Cal CPA Association||California Family Life Center|
|California Riverside Ballet||Calimesa Chamber of Commerce|
|Camp Ronald McDonald||Central County United Way|
|City of San Jacinto||Diabetic Youth Services|
|Fingerprint Children's Museum||Friends of San Jacinto Library|
|Friends of Valley Wide||Habitat for Humanity|
|Hamilton High School||Hemet Education Foundation|
|Hemet High School||Hemet Hospice|
|Hemet Hospital Foundation||Hemet Library Foundation|
|Hemet Municipal Shuffleboard||Hemet PAL|
|Hemet San Jacinto Assistance League||Hemet San Jacinto Chamber|
|Hemet Unified School District||Hemet Valley Art Association|
|Hemet West Recreation Board||Hemet Youth Baseball|
|Hope International University||Mt San Jacinto Community College|
|Nuview Elementary School||Perris Union H.S. District Student of the Month|
|Ramona Bowl||Ramona Humane Society|
|Riverside Chamber of Commerce||San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital|
|San Gorgonio Pass Rotary||San Jacinto Chamber|
|San Jacinto Education Foundation||San Jacinto High School|
|San Jacinto Rotary Youth||San Jacinto Unified School District|
|Seven Hills Shuffleboard Club||Sierra Dawn Shuffleboard|
|Sun Lakes Charities||Tahquitz High School|
|T.H.E. Center||United Way of Inland Valley|
|Valley Watch||West Valley High School|
|Western Center of Archaeology and Paleontology||YMCA|