Our community of companies’ mission is to work for betterment of our citizens and the businesses in our communities. This means our employees participate in community projects and work with service organizations that enhance the quality of life in our service area.

Each year, our employees complete over 15,000 hours of community service. We believe in supporting local nonprofit and charitable organizations, such as the arts and education, fire departments, healthcare organizations and religious organizations that address our communities’ needs.

Our dedication to serve our communities is what distinguishes our community of companies of companies. Below are some of our most recent newsworthy items. We hope you find this information useful and interesting.

Chauffeured Trips with Shore United Bank

Shore United Bank Welcomes Matthew Rice

Free Community Shred Day on June 17, 2017

Shore United Bank Welcomes Terri Johnson

Shore United Bank Welcomes Gail Foltz

Shore United Bank Welcomes Thomas Mears

Shore United Bank and Freestate and Son Proudly Support Claws for a Cause

David Thompson Celebrates 40 Years of Service

Shore United Bank Donates to Kent County Office of Tourism to Support Dover Days Sand Castle Event

Shore United Bank Employees Participate in CPR Marathon

St. Luke's Nursery School Visits Shore United Bank

Debbie Thomas Celebrates 25 Years of Service

Dawn Brode Graduates Shore Leadership Program

Shore United Bank Donates Food to Neighborhood Service Center

Shore United Bank Employees Participate in 2016 Talbot County Relay for Life