In the Community

We do our best to be good citizens — just like you. We understand a successful company must also be a responsible member of the community. That’s why we strive to provide exceptional customer service and support many community projects and initiatives.

Community Involvement & Events

April 27, 2018

CSB employees will be holding a dress down day for Autism Speaks in all offices.  Employees will be allowed to wear jeans for a $5 donation.  Merchandise is available for purchase directly through Autism Speaks website. 

April 2018 - Community Banking Month


CSB is holding art in the offices during the month of April. Pocono Mountain East and West High school students are displaying their art during the month at the Bank's Mt. Pocono Branch Office and Abington Heights and Lackawanna Trail High Schools are displaying their student art in our Clarks Summit Branch.  An art show and reception was held on April 10th in the Mt. Pocono Office for students and their families. The event was well received by customers, staff students, friends and families.

A variety of fundraisers are being held throughout the month of April as noted below: 

  • Clarks Summit Branch is collecting monetary and food donations for Dalton Food Pantry as well as displaying art work throughout the month of April created by Abington Heights and Lackawanna Trail High School students. 
  • Center City Branch is collecting monetary and food donations for United Neighborhood Center's Angel's Attic Food Pantry.
  • South Scranton Branch office is collecting monetary and food donations for Catherine MCauley Center in Scranton
  • West Scranton Branch is collecting monetary and food donations for St. Patrick's Parish Food Pantry
  • Taylor Branch is collecting monetary and food donations for St. Michael's Orthodox Church Food Pantry in Old Forge
  • Honesdale Branch is holding a New and Gently Used Book Drive for the Wayne County Library
  • Mt. Pocono Branch held art in the offices during the month of April by displaying art work from local high school students from Pocono Mountain East and West High School.

CSB Staff Volunteer with local nonprofit organizations: Numerous bank employees will be volunteering at the West Scranton and Abington Senior Centers, UNC's Angel's Attic, Cinderella's Closet, local food pantry's, and Wayne County Library.

A customer appreciation day is being held on April 6th for our customers with lite refreshments and giveaways as a thank you for continuing to bank with us.

March 29, 2018

CSB employees participate in CASUAL DAY (Colon Cancer Awareness Saves Unlimited Adult Lives) for Northeast Regional Cancer Institute with a dress down day and by purchasing and selling Casual Day Pins in all branches.  The bank raised $535 in support of this great cause.

February 20, 2018

CSB sold  MDA Shamrocks during February and March in all branches. We presented a check to the MDA for $357 in support of this great cause.

February 16-20, 2018

Clarks Summit Festival of Ice

The Bank will be participating in the 14th Annual Festival of Ice. The theme is Wizarding World of Ice.  The Bank will have an ice sculpture of Peter Pettigrew the rat in front of its Administration building. On February 16th music will be provided in our Clarks Summit Branch lobby. Refreshments and free giveaways will be available in the office. The Bank sponsored music at all event locations on the weekend.

February 2, 2018

Bank Employees Participate in National Wear Red Day

Bank employees participated in national Wear Red Day to support the American Heart Association. Employees participating were asked to donate $5 to be eligible to wear a red shirt and jeans in support of the American Heart Association. The bank collected $315 during the dress down day to support the American Heart Association.

December 12, 2017

Citizens Savings Bank's Center City Branch Manager, Kim Osborne presents a check to the Gino J. Merli Veterans' Center for $700 collected during Military Appreciation Month held in November in all branches.

December 9, 2017 

Citizens Savings Bank participated in the annual "Festival of Trees" Event beginning December 9, 2017 through January 9, 2018 at The Marketplace at Steamtown in Scranton. All trees on the premise were decorated in a Roaring 20's Theme. 

All proceeds received benefited Toys for Tots. Four employees collaborated together and designed a related tree for the event. 

December 7, 2017

Citizens Savings Bank donates $1000 to United Neighborhood Centers for 2018 Special Events.

October 2017

Citizens Savings Bank donates $1,000 to Scranton 1/2 Marathon. A check was presented for $1,000 in support of the Scranton Half Marathon on 4/8/18.  Citizens has been a sponsor of the race since its inception in 2014.  Proceeds to benefit continued development of the Lackawanna River Heritage Trail.

September 20, 2017

A team of Citizens employee volunteers participated in Paint the Town 2017.  Employees helped install repair kits including smoke and carbon dioxide detectors, grab bars, non-slip mats, solar-powered security lights and other critical items for seniors in their homes in Scranton.

September 7, 2017

A team of Citizens employees participated in United Way of Lackawanna and Wayne Counties annual Day of Caring. Employee volunteers helped spruce up the West Scranton Senior Center and served lunch to the seniors.

July 12, 2017

Citizens once again sponsored the HillSide Park Summer Concert series in the Abington Area.  Our own Lisa Akulonis,  Manager of Clarks Summit Branch emceed the event.  Lisa setup a table with CSB information and giveaways for the community in attendance. The band "Music for Models" played at the event and all attending had a great time. Additional pictures of the event can be found on and the facebook page of the Abington Area Joint Recreation Board. 

June 21, 2017

Citizens holds Business Card Exchange with local businesses at its Clarks Summit Branch office.

June 2017

CSB donated $500 to Clarks Summit Abington Area Veterans Park to help with renovations of the park including a gazebo, parking spaces and landscaping.

Click on this link to view pictures from the event.