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Fair and Responsible Banking

Mid Penn Bank is committed to providing a positive and inclusive banking experience for all. Our team members are educated in our product offerings and are ready to give sound financial advice for all stages of life. We offer affordable and accessible products and services, driving conscientious efforts to reach more community members including the unbanked and underserved.

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Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion

Mid Penn Bank is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace.

We implement inclusive hiring practices, intentionally seeking diverse talent at all levels of employment.

Employees are offered education and resources to cultivate an inclusive working environment where all feel valued and heard.

MPB builds likeminded community partnerships to address economic needs for all our neighbors regardless of race, gender, religion, or disability.

Affordable Housing

Homeownership is key to communities that thrive and is often the symbol of the American Dream achieved. It is our privilege to offer the education and counseling necessary to aid our neighbors in attaining homeowner status. Our partnership with Tri County Housing Development Corporation focuses these efforts on a large unbanked and underserved population within the Mid Penn Bank footprint.

Mid Penn Bank is proud to fund low- and moderate-income housing ventures across our footprint, giving more of our neighbors an affordable place to call home. We recently committed

$12 million investment to The Point at Sporting Hill in Mechanicsburg.

$10 million to a workforce housing community located in the Brewerytown / Sharswood neighborhood of Philadelphia.

$330,000 to low-income neighborhoods through Pennsylvania’s Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP). Many NAP funded projects open the door to more affordable housing opportunities for our underserved neighbors.

Economic Development and Community Revitalization

Mid Penn Bank works toward community development from the ground up by funding projects and programming which facilitate economic growth and revitalization of our local communities. Our support of the Hamilton Health Center, Steelton, PA, showcases the commitment we have to our local communities. The medical center’s newest satellite location will include medical exam rooms, administrative offices, and clinical spaces to support Hamilton Health’s primary care, mental health, substance abuse and WIC program services. Mid Penn Bank believes in the opportunity this facility will bring to the community of Steelton and was instrumental in getting this project off the ground through special financing.

Education and Workforce Development

Access to a quality education can significantly increase chances for a financially secure future. That is why we invest heavily in local educational programming. Last year, Mid Penn Bank contributed more than $843,000 to educational institutions and curricula through the Pennsylvania Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program. Recipient organizations use the funds to make critical upgrades to the overall educational experience they provide.

Financial Education

As a community bank, we recognize our role in introducing financial concepts to all age groups and demographics. Providing our neighbors and local students with the proper tools for financial confidence can help transform the future of our local communities.

33 schools sponsored through an online financial literacy platform

122 teachers have used our financial literacy materials in their classrooms

6,480 students have improved their financial skills through our programming

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Funding Essential Needs

Over the last year, Mid Penn Bank has committed more than $80,000 to various local organizations assisting the food insecure. Not only do we contribute financially to these programs, but we also make sure to lend a hand in the preparation and distribution of food. Helping our neighbors gain access to healthy food on a regular basis is important to us, and aids in the overall wellbeing of our local communities. Throughout 2022 Mid Penn Bank supported several food banks, weekend food programs for school students, distributed food to local veterans, and served warm meals at LGBT centers.


We take pride in making a meaningful difference in the communities we live and work. Our employees are encouraged to participate in bank wide volunteer initiatives as well as causes they are personally passionate about. Over the course of a year, 361 Mid Penn Bank colleagues invested more than 10,000 hours, volunteering for more than 3,000 volunteer activities including:

Packing and organizing food for local food banks

Repairing bicycles

Teaching seminars for various affordable housing organizations

Leading Junior Achievement exercises in classrooms across central Pennsylvania

Coaching youth sports

Serving meals at shelters

Together, these efforts create a sustainable impact in neighborhoods across our footprint.