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Community Chest Savings Account

With the Community Chest Savings Account you earn interest at a rate higher than many of the largest banks and we will make a donation* to a participating non- profit organization you select.
The Community Chest Savings Account multiplies community impact, supporting local non-profits and contributing to the economic vitality of New York neighborhoods.
Step 1:  Open your account online.
Step 2:  Choose "Community Chest Savings"
Step 3:  Select a participating non-profit.
Step 4: Sleep well knowing how your money is being put to work.
Open your Community Chest account today!
* Effective February 1, 2017 the rate is 0.10% APY (Annual Percentage Yield)-The quoted APY is based on interest compounded daily. Rates are subject to change at Spring Bank's discretion. The minimum balance to open a Community Grow Savings Account and obtain this APY is $25.00. Spring Bank will donate quarterly 1% of the outstanding average total balances on an annualized basis to participating non-profit organizations.
Our 2017 Non-Profit Partners
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StreetSquash, founded in 1999, is a comprehensive youth enrichment program, combining academic tutoring, squash instruction, community service, college preparation, leadership development, and mentoring for young people ages 11-24. What began with 24 middle school students has expanded to serve nearly 300 participants, 6th grade through college and entry into the workforce. In 2008 StreetSquash opened a permanent home, the SL Green StreetSquash Center in Harlem, followed by the creation of the PE in Public Schools Program and a new relationship with Columbia University, as the home courts for the Men's and Women's Varsity Squash teams.
Founder George Polsky says it could have been anything but squash is the sport he plays, the hook to entice students to join the program. The real work is in the classroom, preparing students to succeed in college and as young adults who give back to their communities. [ Learn More ]
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Rocking the Boat
Rocking the Boat empowers young people from the South Bronx to develop the self-confidence to set ambitious goals and gain the skills necessary to achieve them. Students work together to build wooden boats, learn to row and sail, and restore local urban waterways, revitalizing their community while creating better lives for themselves. Kids don't just build boats at Rocking the Boat, boats build kids. Rocking the Boat's core youth development program engages students in a series of highly unusual yet incredibly powerful activities that last throughout their high school careers and into college.

From the time they join Rocking the Boat all participants are supported by wrap-around social services provided by a team of licensed social workers who offer continuous social and emotional support and help them prepare for future academic and professional pursuits. [ Learn More ]
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Bronx YMCA
The Bronx Y is powerful group of men, women and children joined together by a shared commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, promoting healthy living and fostering a sense of social responsibility. We believe that lasting personal and social change can only come about when we all work together to invest in our kids, our health and our neighbors. That's why, at the Bronx Y, strengthening community is our cause. Every day, we work side-by-side with our neighbors to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. The Y links to neighborhood seniors and local children to address problems caused by the uncertainty of many family situations in the branch's service area. The Bronx branch began operations in 1946 and today serves more than 3000 members. [ Learn More ]
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Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights
NMICR is a non-profit organization, founded in 1982 to educate, defend and protect the rights of immigrants. Recognized by the Board of Immigration Appeals, NMCIR is committed to expanding access to legal immigration services, participating in policy making and community organizing.
Most of the individuals who walk through the doors of the Coalition are low-income, non-citizen immigrants from the Caribbean, Latin America, and increasingly, Africa and the Middle East. Some have lived in the U.S. for decades, others are recent immigrants. The Coalition is often their first entrée into accessing legal aid or basic social services and Educates, Organizes and Defends the immigrant community including : Civic/ESL classes and legal services related to Family Reunification; Citizenship; Family Based Petitions; Deportation. [ Learn More ]