When a community bank like ours is founded on the principle that
“helping is our business,” you can expect that principle to ring true
for generations to come. The fact that Col. Charles E. Cheever Sr. and
Elizabeth “Betty” Cheever founded Broadway Bank on that belief way
back in 1941 doesn’t mean that it was a soon-to-be-forgotten mantra.
On the contrary, we continue, even today, to stand true to that belief.
As a community bank, it’s our responsibility to give back in meaningful,
enduring ways that will truly help the very communities in which we
live, work, play, and serve.
After all, we’re in this together. Broadway Bank’s success goes hand
in hand with the well-being of every individual, family and small
business that surrounds us. It only makes sense, then, that we all work
together to create a synergy of community that none of us could
accomplish alone. Doing so will build bonds, strengthen our roots and
relationships, and help us do better – and be better, together.
Because our communities need us now more than ever, Broadway Bank
remains positively committed to giving back to our communities.
That’s because helping is our business, just as it always has been and
always will be.
James D. Goudge
Chairman and CEO