Bangor Savings Bank Foundation Awards More Than $40,000 to Community Organizations in Maine and New Hampshire

COVID-19 needs, mental health, educational programming, legal and basic needs among services provided

First National Bank Enters Into Agreement to Purchase Branch Location from Bangor Savings Bank

First National Bank, a subsidiary of The First Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: FNLC), and Bangor Savings Bank, a subsidiary of Bangor Bancorp, MHC, jointly announced today that the two banks have signed a definitive agreement for First National Bank to purchase a bank branch located at 1 Belmont Avenue in Belfast, Maine.

Bangor Savings Bank Makes “World’s Best” List by Forbes for Second Year in Row

Ranked #9 in U.S.; only Maine-based bank to crack U.S. list of best banks

Bangor Savings Bank Foundation Contributes $10,000 to Manchester, NH Vista Program

Pilot will help students break out of intergenerational poverty with access to laptop, internet, career path counseling, online learning strategies. 

Bangor Savings Bank Best Again in New England for Customer Satisfaction in Retail Banking

For the fifth time in the past six years, Maine’s largest bank was named #1 in the New England region of the J.D. Power 2020 U.S Retail Banking Satisfaction StudySM.

Bangor Savings Bank Foundation Contributes $50,000 to Help Students With Internet Access

Grant to “Connect Kids Now” initiative aimed at helping bridge digital divide during COVID-19 pandemic, and into the future
 

$125,000 donated by Bangor Savings Bank Foundation to Help Non-Profits with COVID-19 Response

As pandemic grips area, food security is major source of concern and focus.

Bangor Savings Bank Foundation Announces Community Matters More Grant Winners

Now in 13th year, giving to non-profits determined by online voters; more than $140,000 distributed.

Bangor Savings Bank Announces Updates to COVID-19 Response: Our Commitment to Employees, Customers and Community

Today, Bangor Savings Bank announced a series of updates related to COVID-19. The bank has decided to temporarily close five of its 57 branches and modify hours throughout the rest of its footprint across Maine and New Hampshire.