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Carver State Bank

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Where Money Matters, But People Really Count

Overview

Carver State Bank is a minority-owned bank with the mission of providing everyone with financial freedom and a commitment to maintaining a profitable institution. The bank wants to provide underserved communities and African Americans with quality financial products, services, and financial development tools. 

Carver State Bank: The History

It was first established back in 1927 as the Georgia Savings and Realty Corporation that served as a private bank and real estate investment and management company. In 1947 under the supervision of the Georgia Department of Banking, it became a state bank and changed its name to The Carver Savings Bank. Since then, Carver State Bank became a member of the National Bankers Association and Georgia Bankers Association. Due to its innovative financial services throughout 85 years, Carver State Bank has a loyal customer base gain through the hard work of its leadership, directors, management, and other employees.

Serving The Community

As one of the African-American-owned bank in the U.S., Carver State Bank is also the only bank headquartered in Savannah certified as a Community Development Financial Institution, awarded with an outstanding Community Reinvestment Act Rating.

It also provides its community with development services designed to help customers achieve a better financial future for themselves and their families. These services include second chance checking accounts, credit rebuilder loans, and individual development accounts.

Personal and Business Banking Services

Apart from helping people achieve financial freedom through their development services, Carver State Bank also offers personal banking services, like checking and savings accounts, residential and personal loans. Businesses can also use bank services like checking accounts and business loans like real estate, commercial lines of credit, SBA, and church loans.

You can visit their branch Skidaway branch in Savannah, Georgia, to learn more about its banking services or to become a client of Carver State Bank.

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Why Us

Community Oriented

Providing quality financial products, services and economic development tools to under-served communities and African Americans.

Financial Services Leader

A financial services leader of the Savannah community throughout its 85 years.

Creating New Opportunities

Providing financial freedom for all through its development services programs.

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