Helping Small Businesses #Save4Success

Women veterinarian sitting on the floor with another women and her dog. Veterinarian's Assistance is taking notes. Sandy Spring Bank America Saves Week. #Save4Success
Did you know that small businesses employ nearly half of the nation’s private workforce1? Small business is big business, and their success is essential.

So, You’ve Come Into Some Money – Now What?

Mother and two daughters happily dancing. Sandy Spring Bank 16-Month CD
While we all dream of hitting it big in the lottery, have you thought about what you would do if you got a bonus or a great promotion at work, an inheritance, or perhaps a tax refund? A little windfall can go a long way, especially if you already...

Saving for Success Starts Here

Grandmother and 2 grandsons laughing on a couch. Sandy Spring Bank supports America Saves. #Save4Success #AmericaSavesWeek
Today is the launch of a nation-wide effort to raise awareness about the importance of saving. It’s America Saves Week, and all of us at Sandy Spring Bank are here to help you #Save4Success.

Senior Corporate Counsel Earns Top Honors

Peggy Hamilton, Esq., Sandy Spring Bank Senior Corporate Counsel Earns Top Honors From DCA Live. Peggy is holding the DCA Live certificate.
Peggy Hamilton, Esq., Senior Vice President and Senior Corporate Counsel at Sandy Spring Bank, was recently named a Top Corporate Counsel by DCA Live.

Sandy Spring Bank Donates 25,000 Meals to Capital Area Food Bank

Men and Women packing boxes of food. Sandy Spring Bank supports the DC Food Bank.
As the largest, locally headquartered community bank in the Greater Washington region, Sandy Spring Bank works closely with Capital Area Food Bank, the region’s largest food bank, to help fight hunger. That’s why over the past six years we have donated over 120,000 meals and worked with the food bank to help improve access to nutritious food for all of our neighbors.

Sharing My Story: Emily Dinder

Picture of Sandy Spring Bank Emily Dinder. Real Life Requires Real Bankers. Emily Dinder, Leisure World Community Office. SSB Icon #SSB150.
This year I am celebrating my 20th anniversary with Sandy Spring Bank. In 1996, I fell in love and relocated to Rockville from Chicago. I worked for an ad agency in Chicago and it was a stressful life. So when I moved, I was determined to have a career with more life balance.

Sharing My Story: Christine Hill Wilson

Sandy Spring Bank Employee, Christine Hill Wilson, Real Banking Requires Real Bankers.
“From here. For here. For 150 years.” The bank’s tagline speaks volumes to me, since the bank has been my only employer. With just a work permit and an application, I started my career here in 1980 as part of the on-the-job-training program at Sherwood High School.

Sharing Our #SSB150 Stories

Sandy Spring Bank Real Life Requires Real Bankers.
As we celebrate another Season of Sharing at Sandy Spring Bank, this year is especially meaningful because it is also our 150th anniversary. What better way to mark this milestone than by giving back—and that’s what we’ve been doing all year long.

Sharing My Story: Steve Hyde

Picture of Steve Hyde employee at Sandy Spring Bank Real Banking Requires Real Banker
I was born and raised in Olney, Maryland, on farmland that had been in my family for over one hundred years—and also happened to be close to the Sandy Spring Bank Olney branch.

Supporting Our Veterans

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At Sandy Spring Bank we strive to be an advocate for our clients and communities. We look for meaningful ways to invest in our communities and the people who make this such a special place to live, work and raise a family.