Chemical Cares Day
Chemical Bank Cares Day is Monday, October 9, 2017
What is Chemical Cares Day?
Chemical Bank Cares Day is an employee in-service day which will be held on Monday, October 9, 2017 (Columbus Day). On this day, our Bank will be closed for business and Chemical Bankers will actively participate in service-related projects within their local communities. This initiative is guided by our founding principles of improving the quality of life in the communities we serve.
What will Chemical Bankers be doing on this day?
We have identified over 300 projects in our communities that almost 3,000 employees will be participating in on this day, ranging from helping to beautify city parks to spending time at Senior Centers, to leading financial lessons in classrooms, or just about anything in between! Chemical Bankers will be actively participating in the communities they serve by volunteering to complete projects for and with local, community-based agencies, organizations and schools.
How can I find out what Chemical Bankers are doing in my community?
Our customers are encouraged to visit their local Chemical Bank banking center to see what projects the local Chemical Bank team will be participating in. You can also visit us on Facebook and follow #CBCARESDAY to see pictures from organizations and employees while participating in Cares Day.
What does Chemical Bank Cares Day mean for our customers?
Customers will not be able to conduct any of their banking in our banking centers as they will be closed so employees have the opportunity to participate in Chemical Bank Cares Day; however, our ATMS, online banking and Mobile Banking systems will still be available for our customers to use. Our Wealth Management department will also be available on this day as financial markets will still be open.
Where can customers go for help?
Our customers are encouraged to visit their local Chemical Bank banking center to conduct in-office, personal or business-related transactions prior to Monday, October 9, 2017 (Columbus Day).