Main Promo Images
Quality Local Banking
Local Ownership, Management, & Decision Making
Proudly Serving the Puget Sound Region
Experience Relationship Banking Today
Full Service Community Banking
We are excited to announce an agreement for the acquisition of The Bank of Washington by Sound Credit Union has been reached. Read More
NOTICE: Please note that the date of the Shareholders meeting has changed to January 4, 2019, 2:00 p.m. PST, at the Edmonds Center for the Arts. For more information, visit our Investor Relations page.
In observance of Thanksgiving Day, The Bank of Washington will be closed Thursday, November 22. We will also be closed on Friday, November 23, allowing our employees to celebrate an extended Thanksgiving holiday. We will resume our normal business hours on Monday, November 26.
The Bank of Washington president and CEO Marty Steele (right) and Terri Stefnik (left), Employee Campaign Manager, with Dennis G. Smith, president and CEO of United Way of Snohomish County,
On Wednesday, March 12, 2014, more than 500 representatives of Snohomish County organizations celebrated the close of the 2013 Community Caring Campaign at an event hosted by United Way of Snohomish County.
This annual event, Community Caring Celebration, is an opportunity to recognize local companies, nonprofits, school districts, labor unions, and government agencies for their role in organizing stellar workforce campaigns that generate funding for United Way’s mission to improve lives throughout our region.
In his remarks during the event, Mayor Jon Nehring, city of Marysville, and 2013 United Way Campaign Chair said, “We were thrilled when we realized the Employee Campaign Manager for this year’s Best New Campaign was someone who believed in United Way and who had past experience with campaigns. Getting her CEO on board early and in a big way made a huge difference.”
The 39 employees at The Bank of Washington really came through to support their new United Way Campaign with 100% participation, and 100% of the gifts were designated to the Local Community Fund. The total amount raised was $5,711, with an average gift of $146.00.
For more information on the United Way of Snohomish County’s Community Caring Celebration Awards visit http://www.uwsc.org/awardwinningcompanies.php.