City National Bank

by Meagan Henderson. Posted September 15, 2023

At City National Bank of Florida, we recognize that we can each contribute to the communities that we live and work in. From presenting real life business solutions to minority entrepreneurs, to food distributions to the food insecure, reading to children, and leading financial literacy efforts, our employees are engaging with community partners through their time, talent, and financial resources. As a part of this mission to serve the community, CNB has provided more than 4,700 volunteer hours to date in 2023.

Philanthropy is a pillar of CNB’s values, as the bank has supported more than 300 nonprofits across Florida such as United Way, Junior Achievement, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Feeding South Florida, and YMCA. These community partners have a focus on education, children, and culture. We support them through charitable giving and employee volunteerism.

The CNB Housing Foundation continues to help create housing inventory for low-to-moderate income (LMI) families and individuals. The Foundation purchases homes from sellers, hold the properties temporarily, and sells them at the same cost to the LMI buyers, allowing them the time and necessary flexibility to secure financing and work through the processes to obtain subsidies or revolve other issues. The Foundation, nor CNB, makes any profit from the sales of real estate.