Nonprofit at Work Savings Account

Give your team a path to a more secure future.

Build a better benefits package without adding overhead.

This special savings account gives nonprofit employees a chance to earn competitive interest and achieve their financial goals.

  • No charge to organizations
  • Pays competitive interest
  • No minimum balance requirement

Another way to show support for your dedicated team

Nonprofit groups try to limit costs and focus their funds on programs and services. At the same time, they want to take good care of their hard-working employees. Patriot Bank can help you do both by providing your team members with access to consumer-friendly savings accounts at no cost at all to your organization.

  • Available to nonprofit organizations with at least 10 employees
  • Competitive, variable interest rate
  • No minimum opening deposit
  • No monthly fee
  • No minimum balance requirement
  • Online and Mobile Banking tools

    For complete details of all account terms and conditions, please review the disclosure information.

Patriot Bank is a full-service financial institution with branches in the Connecticut counties of Fairfield and New Haven, as well as in Scarsdale, New York.

*Note: Federal Regulations limit the number of certain types of transactions from a savings account. Transfers to another account at Patriot Bank or to third parties by pre-authorized, automatic, telephone, electronic or online banking withdrawals are limited to six (6) per monthly statement cycle. This limit applies to each month for savings accounts with only a quarterly statement cycle. If checks, drafts, debit card purchases or similar orders are allowed on the account, these transactions are also included in the six-transaction limit. If you exceed these limits, Patriot Bank charges a fee for each excess withdrawal. If you continue to exceed these limits, Patriot Bank will transfer your account to a non-interest bearing account. There are no limits on the number of deposits you make or the number of withdrawals and transfers you may make in-person at a branch, by mail or at an ATM.