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Our Community

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Invested in our communities.


We proactively reinvest in the Communities with the greatest needs. We encourage volunteerism, supporting organizations valued by our employees and clients. We are generous in our financial support of local organizations. We partner with local businesses and institutions to help them succeed. We are proud to be known and recognized - locally and nationally - for our community involvement.

210+

Organizations Supported in 2021

$422k+

In Charitable Donations in
2021

1,125+

Hours of Community Service in 2021

485+

Employees Participating in 2021

Veggies
Food Pantry

95% of the Board of Directors are independent.


2019 Awarded the Executive Women of NJ Corporate Board Gender Diversity Award recognizing PGFC for having 3 or more women directors.
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Cultural Ambassador Committee 


Created in 2019 to sustain and evolve the corporate culture through ongoing communication, awareness, engagement and advocacy of Core Principles, Diversity and Inclusion, Volunteerism, Wellness and Employee fun.
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As of 12/31/2021, 59% of our employee base and 30% of Senior Officers are female.

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Support hundreds of charitable organizations annually.


In 2021, the Bank supported over 210 charitable organizations with financial support and over 485 employees contributed more than 1,125 hours of service.
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Named a "Best Banks to Work For" by American Banker four years in a row - 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021.


And, in 2019: Lassus Wherley (now part of Peapack Private Wealth Management) named a "Best Places to Work for Financial Advisers" by InvestmentNews.
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28% and 36% of all loans originated


in 2019 and 2020 respectively, were comprised of HMDA loans to low- and moderate-income borrowers inside the Bank’s assessment area.
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