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Since 1828, Centreville Bank has been proud to be a part of the Rhode Island community.

Our strength and success is directly related to the vitality of our communities.  We are committed to our customers, their families and the towns and cities in which they live.  Many of our employees were born and raised here in Rhode Island.  Supporting our local cities and towns is a way of life for Centreville Bank and is deeply embedded in the corporate culture of our institution.




There are several ways that Centreville Bank supports the community.  We encourage our employees to contribute their talent, time, and expertise in non-profits and organizations that strive to improve our communities and provide a better way of life.  We provide sponsorships, funding and support for activities and events that focus on the needs and desires of our cities and towns.

Centreville Bank's community commitment supports many organizations and programs that enhance the overall quality of life in the communities we serve.  As a community bank, we focus our financial support and volunteerism on economic development, health and welfare, community enrichment, financial education, and arts and culture.

Our support takes the form of Centreville Bank Charitable Foundation Grants or Sponsorships/Donations.

Here are just a few of the organizations we support:

  • American Heart Association
  • Kent County YMCA
  • Kent Hospital
  • National MS Society – RI Chapter
  • North Kingstown Arts Council
  • Saint Elizabeth Community
  • The Kent Center
  • The University of Rhode Island
  • Thundermist
  • Tides Family Services

We, at Centreville Bank, are part of the fabric of your community. You can be confident that we are committed to making a difference in the places you live and work. Volunteerism and financial assistance is all part of our focus on neighborhood enrichment.