Community Involvement

Neighbors you know, bankers you trust.

Since 1902, the Mauch Chunk Trust Company has recognized that it takes more than money to support local communities. Our unyielding commitment to strengthening neighborhoods is displayed through the programs we sponsor to improve education, encourage volunteerism, and support charitable giving.

Volunteer!

Our annual Community Hero Program honors four individuals each year who have displayed outstanding service to their community. These heroes are honored at an annual banquet where they receive an award from MCT, citations from both the State Representative and State Senators, and a $200 donation to the organization/charity of their choice.

Do you know someone who devotes an extraordinary amount of time to a non-profit and/or charitable organization? Each year, we ask you to share stories of their generosity with the rest of the community. Watch for announcements about our MCT Community Heroes Program!  

Strengthening Neighborhoods

We live in uncertain times that demand innovative ways to face the challenges confronting us. Mauch Chunk Trust recognizes that the answer lies in strengthening the fabric of our communities, and is committed to meeting those demands. We provide assistance towards fuel and medical expenses for the poor and needy residents of the Borough of Mauch Chunk (now Jim Thorpe) through the Robert B. Conner Private Foundation. You’ll see our name on youth sports uniforms, theater programs, and many other community events where we support area charitable organizations.

Education

What forms tomorrow’s leaders? The character we instill in today’s youth. Through the Anna Marie Helbing Nursing Education Foundation, scholarships are granted to local students pursuing a nursing education. Several additional scholarships are awarded to local graduating high school seniors every year. The financial support we provide now is returned many times over as these young people offer their professional services to our communities.

We’re not merely local bankers … we’re your neighbors!

Charitable Giving

The success of our communities is vital to Mauch Chunk Trust Company. And it takes a myriad of resources to make that happen. By making local programs, organizations and initiatives geared toward the betterment of our locale the focal point of our charitable giving, everyone succeeds.

For consideration, download the Charitable Giving Request Form and drop off or mail to your local branch.

 

 

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Mauch Chunk Trust Company

Mauch Chunk Trust Company was incorporated August 25, 1902 as the successor institution to the Second National Bank of Mauch Chunk, established in 1864. We remain a locally owned and managed independent community bank. While many banks of our type have merged or simply disappeared, our ability to change with the times has allowed us to grow and prosper for so many years. Read more about our history here.

We have 7 community banking offices & 1 Trust/Investment office located in Carbon & Schuylkill Counties, Pennsylvania in the following communities: Jim Thorpe, Albrightsville, Lehighton, Nesquehoning & Tamaqua (Hometown & West Penn).

We are the "Neighbors you know, bankers you trust." Voted as the Best Bank, Best Mortgage Company & Best Place to Work in the Times News 2020 Reader's Choice contest. The MCT logo, tagline "Neighbors you know, bankers you trust", "MCT Loans" logo and tagline "Friendly, Fast & Local" are trademarks of the Mauch Chunk Trust Company.

Important Information About Procedures for Opening a New Account:

  • To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, Federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account.
  • What this means for you: When you open an account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify you. We may also ask to see your driver's license or other identifying documents.