Webster in the Community

A core value since 1935

Living Up To You is not only a promise to our customers, it’s a commitment to our communities that we’ve upheld for more than 80 years. This commitment is a core value that defines who we are as a bank. And we live it every day through these three initiatives that support the communities where we live and work.

Through grants and volunteer programs, we support a wide range of non-profit agencies dedicated to building strong and self-reliant communities.

Committed to
making a difference

Our programs focus on:

  • Financial Literacy
  • Food & Shelter
  • Health & Human Services

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We are committed in meeting the financial needs within our communities, including those of low/moderate income individuals and customers in low/moderate income areas.

Responding to
community needs

Webster seeks opportunities to make meaningful contributions in our communities through lending and investments that promote affordable housing; economic development; neighborhood revitalization and services and financial education to those in need. Since 1935, Webster has been improving lives and the communities it serves.

CRA Public File

HMDA Disclosure Statements

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Collaborating with government agencies and non-profit partners, we provide products, programs and services to revitalize neighborhoods and improve lives.

Resources that
restore hope

Financing and technical assistance for:

  • non-profit and for-profit developers of affordable and supportive housing
  • small businesses serving low- to moderate-income communities
  • community facilities serving LMI individuals including group homes, health care centers and charter schools

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Values–guided,
Community-minded

Webster engages in environmentally responsible practices; works ceaselessly to improve life in the communities it serves; provides an inclusive environment where bankers can grow professionally; and follows transparent governance practices.

  • Environmental practices
  • Social practices
  • Governance practices

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Read our 2017 Environmental, Social and Governance Report