Maryland Banker’s Hope to Collect 25,000 Pairs of Shoes

In Annapolis, Maryland the Maryland Bankers Association’s (MBA) Council of Professional Women in Banking and Finance (CPWBF) have called upon the banks of Maryland to transcend the competitive nature of their relationships and collaborate in collecting over 25,000 pairs of shoes and monetary donations for Soles4Souls.


So far, multiple banks throughout Maryland have agreed to collaborate for the cause! We want to give a shout out to these institutions:

Bay-Vanguard Federal Savings Bank
Calvin B. Taylor Banking Company
Chesapeake Bank of Maryland
Fairmount Bank
First United Bank & Trust
Frederick County Bank
Harford Bank
Howard Bank
M&T Bank
Madison Square Federal Savings Bank
Maryland Bankers Association
Queenstown Bank of Maryland
Sandy Spring Bank
Slavie Federal Savings Bank
The Harbor Bank of Maryland
The National Bank of Cambridge
Wells Fargo Bank


Raymond M. Thompson, President and CEO Calvin B. Taylor Banking Company, said “Taylor Bank is happy to support the CPWBF’s 2014 philanthropic initiative.  Our employees have engaged their creative ‘souls’ to increase awareness to the Soles4Souls cause.  It is great to see the camaraderie and healthy competition for a great cause.”

We want to thank the MBA Council of Professional Women in Banking and Finance for bringing together their associates under compassion for the impoverished of the world in a creative, collaborative, and competitive manner to raise as many donations as possible and hopefully reach their goal of 25,000 pairs of shoes!