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Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

Payroll Protection Plan (PPP) Update PLEASE READ: 
Despite publicity regarding the Paycheck Protection Program being ready for application submission April 3, 2020, the SBA is not yet accepting applications. 

Pennian Bank stands ready to assist our customers when the submission window opens, however the SBA guidance has not been finalized and the SBA submission window has not yet opened.

We have every intention of participating in this program and helping our customers. Please use the application and data sheets below as a guide to prepare for when the SBA submission window opens. We expect to have a digital submission portal ready shortly through which you will be able to upload your data.

Hopefully we will receive final SBA guidance soon, so we can begin processing loan applications shortly thereafter. Our team has been working diligently to prepare and help our community’s small businesses persevere through this crisis. We have mobilized our entire team, plus additional staff, to assist when the SBA is ready.

Download Application

Download Payroll Calculations Spreadsheet

Download Beneficial Ownership Form

Small Business Administration Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EDILs)
Available state-wide to non-profit organizations, small and private businesses to help alleviate economic injury caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

COVID-19 Working Capital Access Programs (CWCA)
This program is available through your local economic development authority, supplying working capital to businesses negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Updates Regarding Coronavirus

The health and safety of our customers and staff is our highest priority. Like many banks and businesses, we have a Pandemic Plan in place, which we have reviewed and updated as a precautionary step in response to the Coronavirus.

Our plan follows the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), as well as state and local health authorities. We want to ensure you that we have appropriate measures ready, should the virus hit our area. Since there are so many unknowns about COVID-19 (coronavirus), caution is warranted.

Operational Updates
  • Beginning March 17, all our lobbies will be closed until further notice and we will be operating drive-through only. In addition to the drive-through, ATMs and Night Deposits will be open.
  • Our Trust and Investment Services office is open by appointment ONLY until further notice. 
A few steps we’ve taken so far to ensure the safety of our customers and staff:
  • Increased cleaning and sanitizing efforts in all locations, with extra attention paid to high traffic areas
  • Reinforcing hand washing for our staff
  • Making sure staff are staying home when they’re sick
  • Monitoring and modifying business travel for staff
Customer Support

A few things we're doing to help assist our customers during this uncertain time:

  • Increased, personalized daily Pennian Bank debit card spending limits for qualifying individuals
  • Personalized daily mobile deposit limit increases for qualifying individuals
  • Loan payment deferral options, based on need
We also encourage our customers to take advantage of our online offerings during this time:
  • Download our mobile banking app for your smartphone or tablet.
  • If you’re not already enrolled, consider enrolling in online banking to access your accounts - You can quickly and easily self-enroll online. If you experience issues, please call our Main Office at 717-436-2144 for assistance. 
  • Sign up for Telebanc, which allows you access to your accounts via touchtone phone - Call the Telebanc number at 877-362-6433. If you don't already have a Telebanc PIN, it will be the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number.
  • If you are a Trust and Investment Services customer and would like to sign up for Portfolio Account Link, please call our Customer Care Center at 717-436-2144 and ask for our Trust and Investment Services Department.
  • Be sure your personal information is up-to-date, so you can receive information in a timely manner
  • We have videos to help you through the following online offerings: Online Bill Pay, Mobile Banking, Mobile Deposit, Digital Wallet and Smart Deposit ATMs
Beware of scammers that are taking advantage of this situation.

Criminals are using fear/intimidation, trickery and urgency related to the coronavirus in an attempt to steal your sensitive, personal and account information. Be on the lookout for strange calls, emails, texts or websites that look like they are coming from legitimate businesses or government agencies, asking for information like your social security number, username/passwords, account information, credit/debit card numbers, PINs, etc. Pennian Bank will never request this information through email/text/outbound calls.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: If there is reduced branch access or the bank isn't open, is my money still insured?

A: Yes. Regardless of operating conditions, your money is insured by the FDIC. Deposits with an FDIC insured bank, like Pennian, will continue to be protected up to at least $250,000.00. 

Q: Will there be enough cash during a pandemic or other national disaster?

A: The Federal Reserve System has and will continue to meet the currency needs of banking customers. Be assured there are sufficient resources available to handle customer needs. Keep in mind the safest place for your money is in a bank. Banks will ensure access to your funds either directly or electronically. 

Q: Is there anyone I can speak with directly if I have detailed questions about my FDIC insurance coverage?

A: Yes, the FDIC has a team of experts available to answer your questions. Please call 1-877-ASK-FDIC (1-877-275-3342) and ask to speak to a Deposit Insurance Subject Matter Expert between 8:30 AM and 5:00 PM, Monday - Friday. 

Click here for additional FAQs from the FDIC.