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  • Let’s Move Forward Together

      Since our founding, Deerwood Bank’s top priority has been the health and safety of our employees and customers, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. As such, we will strive to monitor state and federal guidelines as we work to balance public health concerns with the needs of our employees and customers. As you enter our […]

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    10 Ways You Can Support Small Businesses

      Small businesses are the backbone of our communities. They’re the ones that sponsor your kid’s t-ball teams, support high school field repairs, sponsor local charities, and donate in-kind to causes all year round. As we get closer to lessened restrictions and resuming a life of “normalcy,” small businesses are going to need us more […]

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    In a Time of Chaos, Organize Your Finances

      It is safe to say that we are living in unprecedented times. People are being asked to shelter in place, many businesses have been forced to temporarily close their doors, schools are transitioning to distance learning… Simply put, things are very different right now. In this time of chaos, it can be easy to […]

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    Support in a Time of Uncertainty

      As most of you are probably aware, some financial institutions in our markets have chosen to close their lobbies to customers and members during these challenging times. Yes, these are challenging times indeed… Our management team here at Deerwood believes that it is exactly times like these that our customers and communities need us […]

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    5 Fundraising Ideas at the Office

      Tis’ the season for giving! As many charities and nonprofits gear up for the holidays, they often look to team members or volunteers to raise funds at their place of work. Have you ever been asked to become a supporting member of a local charity or nonprofit? It can be uncomfortable to ask coworkers […]