Carver Federal Savings Bank
Carver was founded in 1948 to serve African-American communities whose residents, businesses, and institutions had limited access to mainstream financial services. Carver Bank has been designated by the U.S. Treasury Department as a Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) because of Carver’s community-focused banking services and dedication to the economic viability and revitalization of underserved neighborhoods.
- Online Services
- Mobile Services
- Mobile Check Deposit
- Open Account Online
- Business Accounts
- Small Business Lending
This institution reports data to the U.S. government about how it lends to small business, housing, and other community interests, and Mighty Deposits calculates what this means for you and your money.
- Black-owned or led
Community Development Financial Institutions include certified community development banks and credit unions. CDFIs provide financial services to those in historically underserved communities and to those who lack access to financing.
Carver Smart Checking
Minimum to Open Checking Account$100
Monthly Fee$10 (can be waived)
Minimum Balance Requirement$500
ATM FeeSurcharge Free at AllPoint ATM’s
Other services or features
Check cashing through our Carver Community Cash program, a reloadable debit card, Zelle and Western Union
Rates and fees are variable and often change. For the most up to date information, visit the institution’s website.
To see how this institution uses your money to lend in communities, visit their profile on Mighty Deposits.