Which is why we partner with charities and nonprofits throughout Colorado. Our nonprofit banking solutions offer unique benefits aimed at helping nonprofits maximize their money and better power their missions.
Your bank should understand your mission and our bankers do just that, offering custom banking solutions tailored to meet your nonprofit's needs.
Berkley Bank unites the personal-service and flexibility of a community bank with the sophistication and convenience of a full-service financial institution.
Our nonprofit checking offers every convenience with personalized focus on your day-to-day demands. Our platform is highly secure and allows you to manage your money, deposit checks, pay bills, and check on your balance-all from whatever device is most convenient for you.
*$25 minimum opening deposit, Interest is compounded monthly, Interest is paid monthly, Minimum balance to avoid a service charge is $2,000
Many of our business customers want the reliable returns and daily access a money market account offers. These accounts earn interest with limited transactions per month.
*$25 minimum opening deposit, interest is compounded monthly, interest is paid monthly, minimum balance to avoid a service charge is $2,000.00
Berkley Bank's nonprofit savings accounts offer an easy-to-use option that can help your nonprofit reach its goals. So, whether your organization needs quick access to excess funds or you're saving for down-the-road expenses, our focus is on helping you grow your financial footprint.
*$25 minimum opening deposit, Interest is compounded quarterly, Interest is paid quarterly, Minimum balance to avoid a service charge is $25
Berkley Bank's CDS are an ideal tool for nonprofits looking for a low stress-free way grow their money. We offer competitive rate, flexible CDs aimed at helping your organization grow its savings for future needs
*$500 minimum opening deposit, Certificates of deposits are automatically renewable or single maturity, Interest is paid semi-annually for a term of 12 months or more, A penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal