Credit Cards

Have you changed your password lately? Strong passwords are the first defense to protect you online. We recommend you change your password every few months and use different passwords for different websites .

Login Access

Online Banking (or SSO) ID


You are here now : Puget Sound Bank > Community

Puget Sound Bank’s Community Outreach Recognized

2016 May 19 by

Brad Ogura Jim Mitchell Jim Tune Kim Carhee

PSB Named a Top Corporate Philanthropist by PSBJ

May 19, 2016 — Puget Sound Bank has been recognized by the Puget Sound Business Journal as one of Washington state’s top corporate philanthropists at a sold-out event hosted by publisher Emory Thomas, Jr., and columnist Patti Payne.

Puget Sound Bank placed 10th in the Journal’s “Corporate Philanthropists – Small” category (revenue of $20 million or less). The Bank moved up from 12th place in 2015. For the past eight years the Puget Sound Business Journal has compiled information for corporate giving in Washington state.

no comments

Puget Sound Bank Named a Top Corporate Philanthropist

2016 April 14 by

One of Washington State’s Top 75

Corporate Citizenship bestApril 13, 2016 — Once again, the Puget Sound Business Journal will honor Puget Sound Bank as one of Washington state’s top corporate philanthropists.

The annual event recognizes cash giving to Washington state nonprofits, and announces the ranking at their annual lunch event (this year, May 19 at the Seattle Sheraton).

no comments

Puget Sound Bank a Bellevue LifeSpring HERO FOR HOPE

2016 March 25 by

Event raises $365,000 to support children and families in need


March 25, 2016 – Bellevue LifeSpring’s 17th annual “Step up to the Plate “ lunch, held at Bellevue’s Meydenbauer Center Thursday, hit it out of the park, raising almost $365,000 in one hour.

Puget Sound Bank president and chief executive officer Jim Mitchell, shown at far left, also serves as Bellevue LifeSpring’s president and chair. With him are Bellevue LifeSpring executive director Jennifer Fischer and Bellevue School District superindendent Dr. Tim Mills (at right). Photo by Patti Payne.

For the full story, read Patti Payne’s report as published by the Puget Sound Business Journal on March 25, 2016.

no comments

Puget Sound Bank Provides

Support to Bellevue LifeSpring

2015 December 16 by


December 16, 2015 — Continuing with our Thanksgiving and Christmas tradition, Puget Sound Bank employees teamed with Bellevue LifeSpring to provide food and presents to a local family in transition.

LifeSpring’s Adopt-a-Family program matches local families in need with organizations such as Puget Sound Bank. Those interested in helping distribute food and gifts at the Christmas distribution center may contact the organization at

no comments

The Healing Center Hosts Puget Sound Bank

2015 September 21 by


PSB Staff Lends a Helping Hand
as Part of United Way Day of Caring

September 18, 2015 — Puget Sound Bank staff spent part of the day at The Healing Center of Seattle as part of United Way’s annual Day of Caring. It was a day of hard work — cleaning, washing and organizing at this community center for grief support.

no comments

Puget Sound Bank Recognized

as a Top Corporate Philanthropist

2015 May 27 by

PSBJ Corp Philanthropist cert 2015 for WordPress

Second Consecutive Year
for Bank to Receive Statewide Award

May 27, 2015 — Puget Sound Bank (OTCQB: PUGB) announced that the Puget Sound Business Journal named the Bank as one of Washington state’s top 75 corporate philanthropists for the second consecutive year. Puget Sound Bank was ranked twelfth in the small company category (revenues below $20 million) for both 2014 and 2015. Read the complete news release

no comments

Puget Sound Bank One of Region’s

Top 75 Corporate Philanthropists

2015 April 13 by

Puget Sound Business Journal to Recognize Companies May 21

PSBJ Corporate Citizenship 2

April 13, 2015 – Puget Sound Business Journal recently announced that Puget Sound Bank is one of Washington’s top 75 corporate phhilanthropists for the Bank’s support of the local nonprofit community. The Business Journal will host an awards luncheon at the Seattle Sheraton Hotel on May 21, 2015 to announce the top three corporations in the categories of small, medium and large companies, and the rankings in each category.

Each year the Puget Sound Business Journal reaches out to local companies to survey their support of local nonprofits. This year’s event, the Corporate Citizenship and Healthy Community Champion Awards Luncheon, honors the list makers as well as philanthropists and companies who have made significant contributions in the arts, education, global giving, health care, economic opportunity, neighborhoods and the environment. For more information visit the Puget Sound Business Journal registration page.

no comments

Puget Sound Bank Lends a Helping Hand

2015 March 27 by

Elizabeth Jim and Goode with a check 626

Bankers Care Program Funds One Million Meals

March 27, 2015 — Seattle, WA — Throughout the month of March, Puget Sound Bank joined 22 separate financial institutions in the Bankers Care spring food drive. It was an important effort because local food bank shelves typically are at their lowest points this time of year. The effort culminated with a major event at Westlake Center on Friday, March 27th, with participating bankers spreading throughout downtown Seattle to solicit additional donations. All donations directly supported Northwest Harvest.

no comments

Team PSB Joins Fight Against Colon Cancer

2015 March 25 by


Money Raised to Support Patient Assistance at Swedish Cancer Institute

March 22, 2015 — Mercer Island, Washington — Puget Sound Bank’s own Katherine Thompson and Dean Peterson (shown above) joined thousand of walkers and runners to support colon cancer awareness and prevention at the 43rd Annual Mercer Island Rotary Half Marathon. The event raised over $22,000 and is one of the area’s spring kick-off events to Puget Sound’s running season.

no comments

Step Up to the Plate for Bellevue LifeSpring

2015 March 5 by

Join Puget Sound Bank at Bellevue LifeSpring’s March Benefit Luncheon

March 5, 2015 — This year’s Step Up to the Plate benefit luncheon for Bellevue LifeSpring will focus on two critical areas for those in Bellevue living in poverty: food and education. Puget Sound Bank is honored to support Bellevue LifeSpring’s outreach to those struggling with these basic needs.

Jim Mitchell, Puget Sound Bank president and chief executive officer — and chair of Bellevue LifeSpring’s board of directors as well — invites community members to attend the event on Thursday, March 26, 2015 at Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue. The event begins at 11:30 with a lunch and program. Suggested donation is $150. For more information visit Bellevue LifeSpring online.

no comments