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Supporting Our Local Communities


Drawing on our century-old heritage of community banking, Rabobank is committed to making positive changes in the towns and neighborhoods where we do business. We invest financial resources and volunteer time and energy to make them great places to live and work.

This tradition reaches back to our roots as a local bank serving the needs of rural Dutch communities, and it is still very much alive in our Americas business today.

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Sponsorships, donations and volunteerism

Through direct sponsorship and financial donations, we direct our giving to initiatives that focus on:

  • Sustainable agriculture and resource preservation
  • Health and wellness
  • Hunger and poverty relief
  • Community revitalization and development

We also sponsor organizations that support the future success of America's farmers and ranchers, helping to ensure that careers in production agriculture continue to be viable, attractive options. And Rabobank actively supports our employees' volunteering in a wide group of community, charitable, and civic organizations.

California community development

In California, the community development activities of Rabobank, N.A. — our retail bank — focus on affordable housing, small business, rural and small farm lending, and investing in non-profit organizations that serve low- to moderate- income individuals and families. Our ultimate goal is to help the residents and businesses in our communities reach their financial objectives with a wide range of banking, lending, and community development solutions.

Through our numerous programs, partnerships, and collaborations with charitable, government, and educational organizations, Rabobank, N.A. puts the power of our financial resources to work revitalizing the communities we serve and supporting their residents. Learn more about our:

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