Non-Profit Checking Accounts

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Free Community Checking*

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Community Resource Checking*

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Community Resource Plus Checking*
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Institutional Analyzed Checking

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Ideal For
Basic non-profit checking account with limited options.
Packed with value, this checking account is best for most non-profits, especially those who need flexibility and efficiency in managing their cash flow.
Best account for non-profits who prefer to earn interest and need an account with great product features.
High-volume option for servicing institutional clients with advanced Online Banking and cash management needs.
Minimum Balance to Avoid Service Charge
$0 $5,000 minimum daily balance $5,000 minimum daily balance
Average Collected Balance to Earn Interest
$1,000
Minimum Deposit to Open
$50 $100 $1,500 $100
Monthly Service Charge
$0 $12 $12 $15
Earnings Credit to Offset Service Charge
Item Fees
$0.75 each additional over 150 combined items per month
$0.40 each additional over 300 combined items per month
$0.40 each additional over 100 combined items per month
  • $0.18 per Check/Debit
  • $0.15 per ACH Debit/Credit
  • $0.11 per On-Us Item Deposited
  • $0.12 per Other Item Deposited
  • $0.35 per Deposit
  • Treasury Services
    Telephone Banking
    Online Banking Access
    Limited Business Online Banking Business Online Banking Treasury Solution
    Monthly Statement
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    Accounts are subject to credit approval. Consult with a Hancock Bank associate or refer to your deposit agreement and truth in savings disclosure for information regarding specific products. 

    • Items consist of checks, debits, credits, deposit tickets, deposited items and ACH items. 

    * Available to organizations described in Section 501(c)(3) through (13), and (19) of the Internal Revenue Code; political organizations described in Section 527 of the Internal Revenue Code; and homeowners and condominium owners associations described in Section 528 of the Internal Revenue Code, including housing cooperative associations that perform similar functions.