Is your bank or credit union a community hero?
Credit Union & Community Bank Heroes
For community banks and credit unions, service to community is one of the strongest marketing initiatives possible.
Many institutions throughout New England are giving back to the community in big ways and we want to recognize and celebrate these efforts. We asked and you delivered; thank you for telling us about the amazing ways in which your credit unions and community banks are giving back to their communities! We can’t wait to celebrate your good work at the Heroes Awards Gala on November 12th at the MGM Springfield
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Call for Nominations
Tell Us: How Is Your Institution A Hero In Your Community?
For community banks and credit unions, service to community is one of the strongest marketing initiatives possible.

Many of these institutions throughout New England are giving back to the community in big ways and we want to recognize and celebrate these efforts! Tell us how your organization created a unique community partnership. Or went beyond the call to aid your community in a special time of need. Or show what your institution's cumulative effort has meant to your communities.

At Banking New England magazine, we aren't looking for the run-of-the-mill programs here - we are seeking out the banks and credit unions that are doing things that are really interesting, impactful or innovative.
Nominations have closed, thank you!
Credit Unions will be recognized for their community involvement, based on asset size:
< $500M  
Gold, Silver, Bronze
$500M — $1.5B  
Gold, Silver, Bronze
$1.5B+  
Gold, Silver, Bronze
There will also be one overall Best In Show Award given to a Credit Union
Community Banks will also be recognized in three classes based on asset size:
< $500M  
Gold, Silver, Bronze
$500M — $1.5B  
Gold, Silver, Bronze
$1.5B+  
Gold, Silver, Bronze
There will also be one overall Best In Show Award given to a Community Bank
The Editorial Staff of CenterPoint Magazine and Banking New England chose the winners based on the following criteria. Objectives, strategy, execution and results will be scored on a 1 to 10 scale.
Objectives
20% of score
Strategy
20% of score
Execution
20% of score
Results
40% of score