Community Involvement

At PNCU, community involvement goes beyond business relationships. We want to make an impact in every community we serve.  We volunteer our time, donate money and continually lend a helping hand. Caring is one of the things we do best. In this way, we believe we’re making a difference in lives of the members and community. Since 1921, we have taken pride in supporting members and the communities in which we serve and we don’t plan to slow down.

Community Giving Program

Our mission is to grow lasting relationships to improve people’s lives. We work to make a meaningful difference in the lives of our members and in our communities. In recent years, we’ve donated over $500,000, thousands of pounds of food, school supplies and household items to charitable organizations through our corporate giving and in-branch fundraisers.

Corporate Leadership and Volunteerism

We encourage our team to participate in community initiatives and volunteer their time. Currently, our employees are involved in over 39 different local organization through Board or Committee participation.

Financial Elder Abuse Workshops

Since 2017, we have made educating our elderly community on fraud and identity theft a top priority. Learn more on the way’s we’re shedding light on the growing number of financial schemes being perpetrated against the elderly community and what PNCU is doing to combat it.

An online portal that connects residents with services including housing, food, health care, education and other essentials. 413 Cares provides online access and information about programs and services to help those in need. This tool is for residents of Western Massachusetts including those in low and moderate income communities. It is as simple as entering your zip code and finding what resources are best for you.

The Massachusetts Association for Community Action (MASSCAP) is a statewide association part of the 23 community action agencies in Massachusetts that focuses on opening doors to economic prosperity for low to moderate income Massachusetts residents.


Charitable donations made in recent years to support local organizations, non-profits, food pantries and more.


Donations made to healthcare professionals since the Covid-19 pandemic.


Active Board and Committee positions held by PNCU employees.

PNCU supports schools, local businesses and other organizations by hosting workshops, providing tools and resources on important financial topics. These include everything from money management and fraud prevention to buying a home and understanding credit scores. If you are interested in financial education, please contact for more information.

Banzai a free online financial literacy program for students K-12 to learn real-world finance and practical life experiences. Banzai lets students practice managing their money and test their decision making skills. It teaches students about:

  • Establishing Credit
  • Budgeting
  • Saving for the future
  • Interest Rates
  • And more!

Relationships Built to Last

For more information about accounts and services, find a branch nearest youuse our Contact Form, or call us at (413) 592-9495.