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Deposits Have Arrived on Your Phone

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New Resource Bank

You asked and we listened. Last year in our customer feedback survey, many of you voiced your desire to be able to make deposits from your phone. And we are very pleased to announce that mobile remote deposit capture has arrived!  As of May 11, all of our clients will be able to use their phones to deposit checks.

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Planting Trees for Earth Day

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Tracy Tiernan

We had a great day on the Saturday after Earth Day as 16 of us volunteered with SF Rec & Parks Department – it was surprisingly a hard workout, but the sun came out and we had great energy too! We were assigned to do planting along a section of the Living Library Nature Walk and help with the beautification of Holly Park in Bernal Heights.

Impact CD update: Spring 2015

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New Resource Bank

The New Resource Bank Impact CD lets investors choose one of three key sustainability-related sectors to support with their deposits: solar and other alternative energy projects, organic food and products or nonprofit organizations. In the first quarter of 2015, solar and alternative energy lending remained the most popular choice, followed by lending to organic food and product companies and nonprofits.

New Resource Bank is Going Meatless on Mondays

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New Resource Bank

California is entering its fourth year of drought. As a bank whose mission is built around promoting sustainability, our Green Team felt it was important we collectively address our dire water situation in California. We considered many actions to impact our water consumption and decided one of the biggest impacts we could have on saving water is on how we eat, and specifically on how much beef we consume.

We are Moving in July

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New Resource Bank

Come July 20, 2015, we are moving to a new office space in the Financial District at 255 California Street, on the 6th floor. The move is precipitated by the end of our lease at 405 Howard Street and a lack of additional space in our current building to accommodate our growth. The new space on California Street will continue our same standard of LEED Gold premises and will also include a number of sustainability upgrades, which we can’t wait to unveil in July once the design and remodel is complete.

Client Appreciation Party 2014

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New Resource Bank

Thanks to our clients for another memorable Client Appreciation Party!

What better way to recognize our clients--the changemakers and torchbearers for social and environmental progress--than throwing a party for them?

Meet Our Top Volunteers in 2014

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New Resource Bank

New Resource Bank has a strong culture of volunteering. From 2013 to 2014, we doubled our cumulative volunteer hours from 767 total volunteer hours to 1,537 hours. That’s 38 hours of volunteering per person on average for the year!

Impact CD update: Winter 2015

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New Resource Bank

The New Resource Bank Impact CD lets investors choose one of three key sustainability-related sectors to support with their deposits: solar and other alternative energy projects, organic food and products or nonprofit organizations. In the fourth quarter of 2014, solar and alternative energy lending remained the most popular choice, followed by lending to organic product companies and nonprofits.

 

 

 

Impact CD update: fall 2014

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New Resource Bank

The New Resource Bank Impact CD lets investors choose one of three key sustainability-related sectors to support with their deposits: solar and other alternative energy projects, organic products or nonprofit organizations. In the third quarter of 2014, solar and alternative energy lending remained the most popular choice, followed by lending to nonprofits and organic products companies.

 

 

New Resource Bank nonprofit event: fundraising strategies for the missing middle

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New Resource Bank

On September 18, about 40 nonprofit leaders gathered together for a morning workshop hosted by New Resource Bank on “Fundraising Strategies for the Missing Middle.” The event was facilitated by Third Plateau Social Impact Strategies, a philanthropic advisory and nonprofit consulting firm.  

Who is the missing middle? Traditionally, these are donors between $1,000 and $10,000. But they are more than that too--the missing middle wants to engage in nonprofits’ work beyond just contributions.

 

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