NCB in the Community
NCB in the Community
As a company that has been part of the Washington, D.C. Capitol Hill community for 129 years, The National Capital Bank of Washington (NCB), has supported the mission and vision of its neighborhood organizations and businesses by providing banking services, as well as a philanthropic commitment to donate resources, time and talent to the community. Key to this effort was the decision to establish a charitable foundation.
National Capital Bank of Washington Foundation
The National Capital Bank Foundation is a donor-advised fund that supports three main areas of interest – youth, education and social services. Since its inception the fund has made over 500 donations totaling $1.7 million supporting organizations such as Phoenix House (Arlington, VA); APAH - Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing; Arlington Historical Society; Capitol Hill Group Ministry; Capitol Hill Village; SOME (So Others Might Eat); Ready, Willing and Working; Barracks Row Main Street; The Hill Center; Girls on the Run and the Capitol Hill Classic, a fundraiser for the local cluster school - just to name a few.
This year National Capital Bank is once again partnering with Chance for Life to help raise funds and awareness for pediatric cancer research in Washington. Join us to support Chance for Life!
NCB Employees in the Community
To enhance the fund’s impact, NCB employees donate their time and resources to these organizations as volunteer committee members, board directors and supporters for various initiatives. Despite our small staff, NCB’s employees donate over 1300 hours each year . Volunteerism is an important part of the company’s culture and happily embraced by all.
NCB employees actively support nonprofit organizations in our local communities and volunteer their time and talent to help make a difference for our fellow neighbors.
On November 8, 2018, The Washington Business Journal recognized NCB at its annual Corporate Philanthropy Awards for the number of volunteers hours and charitable giving.
NCB CEO Randy Anderson accepting the 2018 Corporate Philanthropy Award - Small Category for Giving
Washington Business Journal Publisher Peter Abrahams with APAH President Nina Janopaul and NCB CEO Randy Anderson
NCB Executives with guests: Molly Singer- Capitol Hill Group Ministry; Debby Taylor - Phoenix House and Nicky Cymrot - Capitol Hill Community Foundation
ICBA (Independent Community Bankers of America) featured NCB in their Go Local Campaign, highlighting the Bank's commitment to the communities it serves and how they have helped businesses grow and make a difference for more than 129 years. Learn More