At NBT Bank, we remain committed to our community banking philosophy of putting customers first and actively investing in the communities we call home. Throughout our history we have supported numerous organizations and causes.

One example of this commitment is our support for the Food and Health Network of South Central New York and their efforts to improve the quality of life in our community by supporting programs and policies that lead to the increased use of locally produced foods. Through these efforts, many residents can access healthy and nutritious food. This also provides support to area farmers who are the backbone of many of our local economies.

NBT Bank partners with dairy, livestock and fruit and vegetable producers throughout our footprint providing financial products and services. In addition, NBT Bank employees contribute time and expertise supporting local farmers and the rural economy by serving on various local boards and advisory committees such as Cornell Cooperative Extension boards, rural economic development committees and other agricultural industry trade and support organizations.

As an independent, community bank based in Norwich, N.Y., we trace our roots back to 1856 and are proud of our heritage of building long-term financial relationships with businesses and organizations of all sizes, agricultural operations and local governments. Today, NBT Bank offers personal banking, asset management and business services through a network of over 155 banking locations in five states, including upstate New York, northeastern Pennsylvania, northwestern Vermont, western Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire.