our community

We give differently.

For us, doing the right thing isn’t just about banking smarter, it means supporting our neighbors when they need some extra help.

How we give back

Beneficial in the community

Whether we’re lending a hand or an ear, we know the only way to grow a stronger and smarter community is to do it together.

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We give back through the Blue-Gooders, our employee volunteer program.

Employee Participation

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Helping our neighbors get smarter with their finances.

Financial Literacy

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We give financially to nonprofit organizations that provide programs that strengthen our communities.

Beneficial Foundation

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We’re the place to meet and learn — reserve a conference room or stop by.

Events

Blue-Gooders

When our communities thrive, we all benefit.

Our employee volunteer group, called the Blue-Gooders, dedicates thousands of hours every year to making our communities stronger.

Blue-Gooders

We'll help you with everything you need to know to make smart choices with your money, rather than just choices.

Beneficial Foundation

We help our community see the future differently.

Through the Beneficial Foundation, we give financial support to community development programs and those in need.

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Financial Literacy Program

We take the Knowledge Bank on the road.

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Teaching Children to Save

Beneficial representatives visit schools throughout the year teaching students about the importance of savings and making smart financial choices.

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Bordentown High School Financial Literacy Program

Our accredited programs teach students to create a budget, save and invest, give to charity and more.

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Knowledge & Cents Financial Literacy Program

Our interactive web-based course enables students to learn about finances using real-world situations, games and other interactive tools.

Community Reinvestment Act

Helping our neighbors reach their goals.

Through grants made by the Beneficial Foundation, we help members of our community with low- or moderate incomes get what they need through programs like Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency (PHFA), Keystone Home Loan Program and Delaware Valley Mortgage Plan.




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1818 Beneficial Bank Place
1818 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103

888.742.5272
info@thebeneficial.com
The use of non-secure email is intended for general questions, inquiries and comments only. Confidential Customer information cannot be accepted electronically.


Routing No: 236075689
SWIFT Code: BENFUS33

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USA PATRIOT Act

To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, the USA PATRIOT Act 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 and other identifying documents.