How does NCB positively impact low-income communities?
NCB has committed more than $2.5 billion to impact a vital cross-section of underserved markets: 30,000 units of affordable housing; 3,000 units of long-term care facilities; 10,000 jobs for low-income individuals through community-based employment initiatives; 43,000 students through the creation of new school facilities: and more than 2.5 million low-income individuals, 35 percent uninsured through support of community health centers. Return to Top What is the history of NCB, FSB? The roots of NCB, FSB go back to 1890 when the Home Building and Loan Association opened for business in a small office in downtown Hillsboro, Ohio. Through the years many changes have taken place; however, the most notable change took place in September 1988 when then-named Anchor Savings Association merged with NCB Savings Association. This merger brought the Hillsboro savings and loan into the Washington, DC-based National Cooperative Bank family of companies. Since then the bank has evolved into the fed