We are proud to give back to our community. Centinel Bank has established programs specifically to enhance our community contributions. We pride ourselves on our youth initiatives and programs such as our annual scholarship awards for graduating seniors, student internships and student success grants; as well as our volunteer program which allows employees to volunteer with local schools, on community boards, participate in mentorships programs and provide financial literacy classes.”
- Angel Reyes, President and CEO of Centinel Bank
Through economic development, volunteer time, or financial support of non-profit organizations in Taos County, Centinel Bank is committed to making our community the best place to live and work.
- Centinel Bank Part-Time Student Work
- Centinel Bank Giving Campaign
- Education Awards and Scholarships
- Community Support/Donation Request
- Our Community Partners
- Customer Education
Centinel Bank in the Community
Locally Owned and Operated, committed to Taos.
Did you know that by banking with Centinel Bank, you’re helping us make a difference in our community? We dedicate our energy and resources 100% in Taos County; to individuals and organizations who help us expand on our mission of making our communities better places to live and work.
Centinel Bank was born in and has thrived in Taos County, and we love to give back to the community that has done so much for us. Through volunteer work, donations to non-profit organizations, scholarship programs, and green initiatives, Centinel Bank is dedicated to making Taos a better community to live, work, raise a family and call home.
An institution is only as strong as the community it serves. At Centinel Bank, we regularly contribute to our community through volunteer work. Many of our employees volunteer with our local schools, while others serve on community boards, participate in mentorships, career days, blood drives, judging school competitions, conducting financial literacy classes and many other programs.
Through our high school internship program, Centinel Bank aims to provide opportunities for local youth to gain professional work experiences while exploring careers in community banking. Students seeking a professional learning/working environment, who are entering their sophomore or junior year of high school are encouraged to apply. Click here to learn more about internship and career opportunities at Centinel Bank: <https://www.centinelbank.com/careers.htm>.
At Centinel Bank, we take steps to ensure the sustainability of our natural environment by:
- Providing green and alternative building loans for over thirty years
- Recycling shredded paper materials
- Offering annual community shred days
- Sponsoring annual river clean-up efforts
- Offering electronic statement delivery options
- Shrinking our carbon footprint by reducing energy use
- Lighting our facilities with energy efficient light bulbs
- Replacing paper with more eco-friendly electronic technologies
Going Green with Centinel
With our recycling program, we save an average of 100 + trees each year! We understand going green is important to all of us, that is why we offer eStatements, online bill pay, and online banking. Sign up!
If you would like to request support from Centinel Bank for your organization, please complete our Community Support Request Form and submit it to any Centinel Bank branch.
Some of our Community Partners:
|Bridges Project for Education||www.bridgesproject.org|
|Community Against Violence, Inc.||www.TaosCAV.org|
|Holy Cross Hospital||http://taoshealth.com/|
|Rocky Mountain Youth Corps||www.youthcorps.org|
|Taos Community Foundation||www.taoscf.org|
|Lions Club of Taos||www.taoslions.org|
|Millicent Rogers Museum||www.millicentrogers.org/|