Community Involvement

At The Bank of Hemet, we believe that doing the right thing for our customers starts with making our communities even better places to live and work - and that the best way to do that is to get in involved.

From financial support to employee volunteerism, The Bank of Hemet is actively engaged with the projects, organizations and decisions that shape the regions where we do business.  We empower local leadership, so you can be sure that The Bank of Hemet is aware of the issues facing the community and is focused on making an impact where it matters most.

Six things we feel extremely proud of: 


The Bank of Hemet Partners with EverFi to Empower Local High School Students 

The Bank of Hemet is committed to providing students with the skills and knowledge needed to successfully navigate the increasingly complex financial world we live in.  The Bank has partnered with EverFi to bring The Bank of Hemet Scholars Program to local high school students at no cost to schools or taxpayers.  Administered by teachers in a classroom setting, the web-based program uses the latest in simulation and gaming technologies to bring a variety of complex financial concepts such as credit score, insurance, credit cards, investing, savings and 401K to life for today's digital generation.

 Operation School Bell Presentation

Operation School Bell® Awarded to The Bank of Hemet for Decades of Support   

The Bank was recognized for its many years of financial support to the local Hemacinto chapter of Operation School Bell® that helps provide new clothing to needy children in grades K-5 in the Hemet and San Jacinto Unified School Districts.  
The local Hemacinto chapter is located at 180 N. Girard Street in Hemet, California.

Crimestoppers Presentation

The Bank of Hemet funds local Senior Crimestoppers Program

Residents at Ramona Manor in Hemet 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 receive lock boxes to help prevent theft and loss of personal property; an 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.     

Golden Deeds Award

Book of Golden Deeds Award Recipient

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.

Hospice House

The Funding of a Hospice House in Hemet

The Bank of Hemet, in association with The Community Foundation, purchased a residence in Hemet that was modified to provide hospice care to patients.  The house was donated to Hemet Hospice Volunteers, and provides an alternative to hospitalization or institutionalization for people receiving hospice care, in a wonderful, home-like setting.

BOH Scholarship Program 

Scholarship Program for the Children of our Employees

2018 marks the fourteenth 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 eight recipients were awarded with educational scholarships to various universities and colleges.  Since its inception, over $426,000 has been invested in the educational program.

The Bank of Hemet has provided financial support to hundreds of community initiatives across Riverside County.  Through sponsorship and charitable contributions, we support a wide range of organizations including:   

Community Partners  
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