There is always something new and exciting going on around the bank and we want to make sure you’re aware of what your bank is involved in and doing in the communities we serve. This “Branching Out” extension from our website will be here for you to visit and get up to date information about bank projects, activities, sponsorships, and community events in the cities we call home.
Supporting Our Communities
Oak Valley Community Bank was recently recognized as a “Habitat Hero” through Habitat for Humanity of Tuolumne County. We are pleased to have the opportunity to ‘give back to the communities we serve’ by partnering with Habitat in funding and providing affordable housing in the community. We look forward to continuing our partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Tuolumne County.
Habitat for Humanity is a world-wide non-profit organization which a focuses on providing affordable housing in surrounding communities through volunteer work and donations. They work to transform lives and improve living conditions by breaking the cycle of poverty through new construction and cleanup efforts in the community.
As a Series Sponsor for the 2016-2017 Season at the Gallo Center for the Arts, the Bank is sponsoring Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? It is the third bank-sponsored performance of the season.
Edward Albee’s 1963 Tony Award winner for Best Play portrays a marriage that has turned into a nasty battle between two disenchanted, cynical enemies, and a
drunken evening that turns into a nightmare of escalating fighting and humiliations. Two young guests visiting their home are forced to reveal their dirty secrets and true selves, and ultimately everyone’s secrets are revealed and purged.
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This year, Oak Valley employees had the opportunity to volunteer at Second Harvest Food Bank to support their efforts in helping families who are in need of food. On select Fridays from August through December, employees assisted in handing out produce/food items, set-up, clean up, helping families carry food bags to their vehicles, and assisting with sign-ups and check-in.
Special thanks to the individuals that volunteered at the Second Harvest Food Bank. Your efforts demonstrate Oak Valley’s commitment to strengthening the success and health of the communities we serve.
“DRUMLine Live,” created by the musical team behind the hit ‘Drumline’ movies, embodies the soulful, high-stepping style of the Historically Black College and University marching band experience. With its riveting rhythms, bold beats, and ear grabbing energy, “DRUMLine Live” is a high-octane musical roller coaster ride guaranteed to touch every emotion in your body!
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Each year, the bank hosts an annual bowl-a-thon to support a fundraising campaign for the United Way throughout Stanislaus and San Joaquin Counties. This year marked the 11th consecutive year of the bowl-a-thon. The event was held in Manteca and over $7,000 was raised to support United Way!
United Way focuses on opportunities that improve the quality of life throughout our communities by partnering with and supporting programs that enhance and improve education, financial stability and healthy individuals and families.
Special thanks to everyone who participated, bowled, and donated to support our fundraising efforts for United Way.
For the sixth consecutive year, Oak Valley Community Bank has participated in the annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer (MSABC) walk as a Flagship Sponsor. The event was held in Modesto at the Gallo Center for the Arts.
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is more than just a name of a walk; it is a powerful event that unites communities all over the nation to honor those who have battled breast cancer and to raise awareness to end this disease.
We would like to thank our employees, family members, and friends who joined the cause and raised awareness to end the fight against breast cancer.