Community News

Community Bankers Association & St. Peter's Orphanage

Each year Community Bankers Association of New Jersey, LLC donates to various not for profit organizations in the State of NJ. The Association made a generous donation of $1,000.00 to St. Peter's Orphanage located in Denville. Presenting the check to St. Peter's Orphanage was Community Bankers Association Vice President and Heritage Community Bank President and CEO, Peter Kenny.

St. Peter's Orphanage is funded only by the State of New Jersey and public donations. It provides a temporary home for abused, abandoned and neglected boys, ages twelve to seventeen. The Community Bankers Association of New Jersey is proud to help St. Peter's to meet the needs of the residents in these increasingly tough financial times.

Heritage Community Bank i& Marine Toys for Tots Foundation

Heritage Community Bank is partnering with the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation to bring smiles to the children in our community this holiday season. Please drop off your donations at any one of our branches by December 18th

Excerpt from Business report of November 4, 2011

It may take a small bank to lend to a small business.

A study of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. data finds that many of New Jersey's smallest banks devote the largest portion of their deposits to making small business loans.

At the top of the list was Heritage Community Bank in Randolph. Its small-business loans accounted for nearly 60 percent, $77.8 million, of its $130.8 million in deposits. Peter Kenny, president and CEO of Heritage Community Bank, said he was surprised to top the list of small-business lenders, although the sector is his bank's bread and butter. "What we have found in the small-business arena is that we compete very well against the Wells Fargo's," he said.

Team HCB & Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

"Team HCB" for volunteered their time Sunday to walk for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer sponsored by the American Cancer Society; they raised over $476,886! The weather was perfect and it was nice to meet and get to know some of your family members and friends. Pictures of the event can be found on our Facebook page. Click HERE to see them.

HCB Drop-off Location for the Community Soup Kitchen of Morristown

Heritage Community Bank is pleased to announce it will serve as drop off locations for the Community Soup Kitchen of Morristown and the Denville Food Pantry. From September 1st through September 30th, area residents are encouraged to bring items to any of our branches. All 3 HCB locations will be serving as collection sites. Preferred food items include: canned tuna, whole grain pasta, brown rice, baby food, cold cereal/oatmeal, canned fruit and vegetables, stews and soups. Preferred personal care items include: laundry detergent, soap, deodorant, shampoo, toothbrushes, toothpaste, men's cotton undershirts/socks/underwear, toilet paper, and diapers.

HCB & Morris Habitat for Humanity Link Up

On April 30th, HCB participated in a project with the Morris Habitat for Humanity. This was a very was a very gratifying experience for us and we are proud to participate. Pictures of the event can be found on our Facebook page. Click HERE to see them. To learn more about Morris Habitat for Humanity, check them out HERE.

HCB Men's Masters Softball Champions

CHAMPIONS! Heritage Community Bank congratulates our team on their second Randolph Men's Masters Softball League championship in three years!!!! Click HERE to see the team photo.