This week, Citywide Banks welcomed our 10,000th follower on social media. We would like to say a big thank you to everyone that follows us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Whether it’s the charity contests, fun work breaks, business insights, or the many conversations about our mutual love of Colorado, thanks for keeping the conversation moving forward.
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Spurred by Colorado’s surging real estate market, Citywide Banks has introduced a small balance loan program for multi-tenant office, retail, industrial and multi-family properties. The CITYWIDE DIRECT program features non-recourse, 10-year-fixed-rate loans ranging in size from $1 million to $5 million. […]
Pass it On, Citywide Banks is Hiring in Denver! […]
Citywide Banks is collecting books to help stock new reading libraries at Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. (BHI) centers across the Front Range. BHI is a non-profit organization that provides Medicaid mental health services in Arapahoe, Douglas, and Adams counties, as well as the City of Aurora. Now through Friday, July 31, 2015, bank customers and the public can drop-off gently-used books to the Citywide Banks Marketing Offices at 13741 E. Mississippi Avenue, Suite 102, Aurora, CO, 80012. Books should be in good condition and appropriate for readers from young adult to elderly ages. No children’s books are needed at this time. […]
Citywide Banks is proud to present the Aurora Summer Concert at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 9, 2015 at Utah Park in Aurora. […]
Citywide Banks is helping present the 2015 Hope Floats campaign to raise awareness and critical funds for Colorado nonprofit, Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners, formerly Metro Crisis Services. RMCP is a provider of Colorado Crisis Services and operates a 24/7/365 hotline for mental health and substance use crises, free of charge for all Coloradans. If you or a loved one is in need of help, call 1.844.493.TALK (8255). […]
Boulder cyclists, Henry Prescott III and George Lilley, completed their 3,500-mile trek through 13 states on Tuesday, June 30, 2015. It took the pair 48 days to bike from Seattle, through Minneapolis and Cleveland, to reach their final destination of Portland, Connecticut. The purpose was to raise awareness and critical funds for the fight against Parkinson’s Disease. The campaign, dubbed “Cycle Sea to Sea for PD,” has already raised $30,500, and continues to accept donations. The money will go to the Davis Phinney Foundation, Parkinson Association of the Rockies, GZ Sobol’s Parkinson’s Network, YMCA of Boulder Valley, and Middlesex YMCA. […]
Citywide Banks is teaming with Colorado nonprofit, Project L.I.F.E., to present a free community workshop on personal financial management on Saturday, August 1, 2015 in Denver. The two-hour presentation will overview budgeting, understanding credit reports, saving money, investing money, and safeguarding your personal financial information. Pre-registration is required due to limited space. For complete information and to register, please contact Jyona Slay at 303-292-0016 or firstname.lastname@example.org. […]
Pass it On, Citywide Banks is Hiring in Denver! Citywide Banks is currently looking for applicants to work as an Treasury Management Business Development Officer at our Hampden Branch in Denver. […]
Citywide Banks is proud to announce an annual partnership with the Gabby Krause Foundation to help fund its Bags of Fun program. The unique program delivers personalized backpacks of educational toys and electronics to kids going through serious medical treatment in Colorado hospitals. […]
Citywide Banks is currently looking for applicants to work as an Account Executive/Teller at our Cherry Creek Branch in Denver. This position provides customer service and promotes bank products to clients. For complete information and to apply online, please visit www.CitywideBanks.com. Watch for more career opportunities at Citywide Banks to be added regularly at www.CitywideBanks.com. […]
As the presenting sponsor for the fourth-straight year, Citywide Banks helped raise $40,000 at the 2015 Colorado Golf Foundation Annual Fundraising Tournament on May 28th. The money raised will help fund local youth programs, including the Solich Caddie and Leadership Academy and CommonGround’s community partnership activities. These programs primarily target underprivileged kids in metro Denver. […]
Citywide Banks awarded the Longmont Humane Society a $5,000 donation today at the bank’s Boulder offices. The nonprofit beat out six other Colorado charities to win the top donation in the recent Citywide Banks Charity Hand-Up Contest. Employees at the Boulder and Downtown Denver branches were responsible for nominating the Longmont Humane Society (LHS) for the contest. Employees celebrated today at a special lunch with members of the animal shelter, including Liz Smokowski, executive director, Kara Pappas, director of development, and Carrie Brackenridge, communication & outreach manager. […]
A great way to help protect yourself from identity theft is to shred financial documents that are no longer needed. As a free, community service, Citywide Banks is hosting its final shredding event of the season at its Mississippi branch this Saturday, May 30, 2015, from 9:00 am until 12:00 noon. The branch is located near I-225 and Mississippi in Aurora at 13731 E. Mississippi Avenue in Aurora. […]
Criminals have created yet another trick to scam vulnerable individuals out of their money. This time, it is college students and other millennials that are the primary targets. It’s called “Card Cracking” or “Card Popping.” It can occur in a variety of scenarios. The most common case involves a fraudster reaching out to an individual with an enticing plea for help to cash a check in return for some quick cash. The account holder is then convinced to give the scammer their debit card or reveal bank account credentials, enabling the scammer to deposit a fake check and make an immediate withdrawal. The account holder is then instructed to report the debit card stolen in return for cash — making him or her a criminal accomplice and subject to prosecution. […]