Your community is our community.
Our bankers care about helping our entire community thrive and prosper.
Yes, our approach to doing business has earned us a reputation as a bank you can depend on, but our commitment to you goes beyond financial services.
Our clients count on us to support the people and organizations working to build and care for our communities. Our culture is deeply rooted in the values of service and philanthropy, and we believe strong communities are built with local volunteers, donations and leadership.
We are proud of the time, energy and compassion our associates dedicate by volunteering for many local non-profit organizations each year.
From sponsoring a basketball scoreboard, to tutoring elementary school students, to raising funds for the United Way or serving as board members on local committees, you’ll find us involved in every aspect of the areas we serve.
These are just some of the many ways we’re active in our community. It’s an honor to work alongside our friends and neighbors.
Unity sponsors team at Altrusa Spelling Bee
The Troy Leadership Group had a special cheering section of Unity associates at the Altrusa Spelling Bee in March, as Unity Bank sponsored the group at the “Bee For Literacy,” an annual fundraising event in the community Area businesses and organizations compete for bragging rights at the fun-filled event, and proceeds support local literacy programs in the area.
Purple Out fundraiser at Piqua High School
Unity Bank was proud to be part of the “Purple Out” fundraiser at Piqua High School, helping raise money for a student suffering from pancreatitis. Associates purchased t-shirts to help raise money for the student’s upcoming surgery, also presenting a check of $7,000 at the game.
Unity National Bank is delighted to be able to say “yes” to many requests we get for donations, sponsorships, volunteers and other contributions that support our communities. We strongly believe in investing our money locally and doing everything in our power to support the people and groups in our neighborhoods.Make a Request