CCB Demonstrates Commitment to Community with $50,000 in Surprise Donations to Local Not-for-Profit Organizations

CCB, an independent locally owned and operated financial institution, has announced its recent donation of $50,000 to multiple not-for-profit organizations across Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, and Erie counties. The recipients, which include various charitable entities working tirelessly to uplift their local communities, were unaware of the impending donations.

Mike Wimer, President and CEO of CCB, expressed his enthusiasm for the impact these contributions will make, stating, “At CCB, our motto is ‘Where Community Counts,’ and we firmly believe in living up to that motto through tangible actions. We are thrilled to support these organizations that represent a true cross-section of life in our region and play a vital role in enhancing the well-being of our communities. From local libraries and fire departments to groups that serve area youth and elderly, it was a true joy to surprise these organizations during their daily operations and witness firsthand the immediate and heartfelt appreciation for our support.”

CCB is dedicated to supporting the communities they serve through various initiatives, including financial contributions. Organizations interested in applying for community support from CCB can visit for more information on eligibility criteria and the application process.

CCB’s commitment to community support extends beyond financial donations. Through initiatives such as financial literacy programs, volunteer opportunities, and local partnerships, CCB remains deeply engaged in fostering the growth and development of the regions it serves.

The Mental Health Association (left) in Chautauqua County and the Little Valley Volunteer Fire Department (above) were just two of the more than a dozen agencies who were awarded surprise donations from CCB.