COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

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Piedmont Federal is committed to making a positive difference in the communities where we live and work. We provide financial support, and our employees are engaged with a wide range of programs benefiting the community including volunteer hours, board and committee service, financial literacy and fundraising events.

For more information and photos about our community involvement visit our Facebook page.

ORGANIZATIONS/EVENTS HIGHLIGHTS:

Made in Winston-Salem logo Made in Winston-Salem
We are happy to be partnering with Wake Forest University in 2017. The partnership is part of Wake Forest University’s bigger initiative called “Made in Winston-Salem,” designed by the Athletic Department to showcase local businesses on campus. We too, are made in Winston-Salem and are proud to be a part of this growing initiative.

Photo: Made in Winston-Salem Logo

Artizens 2017 Event photo Artizens 2017
Artizens is an art competition between area high school students supported by Piedmont Federal. The incredible art showcases some of the Triad’s most talented young artists. Winners and high school art departments receive prizes and donations.

Photo: Shawn Beard, Art Teacher, The Career Center and Kayla Taylor Artizens 2017 winner for “Clarity”

American Heart Association American Heart Association
Piedmont Federal sponsored the Finish Line at the Heart Walk, where employees gathered to welcome walk finishers with warm smiles and bottled water.

Photo: American Heart Association Heart Walk – October 2016

Communities in Schools 2016 Communities in Schools 2016
Piedmont Federal North Wilkesboro branch sponsored complimentary showings of “It’s A Wonderful Life” with all donations benefiting Communities in Schools. This year’s event brought in even more gifts than last year!

Photo: Piedmont Federal presented “It’s A Wonderful Life” at Liberty Theater

2017 Special Olympics photo Special Olympics
We sponsored the 2017 Spring Special Olympics held April 27 on the campus of Walkertown High School. Annette Hill led the event for PFSB.

Photo: 2017 Spring Special Olympics

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