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Nonprofit Banking and Financing

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Non-profit Banking

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Designed for doing good.

HomeStreet Bank understands the unique needs of non-profit organizations because we have special relationships with hundreds of non-profits across our footprint. We support the communities where we do business through active partnerships, charitable contributions, and employee volunteerism. Many of our employees sit on boards of community organizations, and in 2019 the bank donated $1.1 million to local non-profits, while our employees volunteered over 10,000 hours of their time.

Our community involvement gives us a deep understanding of how our banking solutions can save your organization time and money. No matter the type of non-profit – educational, faith-based, environmental, charity, foundation – we provide exceptional customer service and can help you with the most critical aspects of managing your business finances. Let us take care of you, so you can take care of your community.

Checking Accounts

We offer three deposit account types specifically for non-profits that are sure to meet your organization’s needs.


Community Partnership

An interest-bearing account1 with no monthly service charge2. Ideal for smaller non-profit organizations with less than 100 deposited items and checks each month. Minimum balance of $100 to open.


Non-Profit Partnership Plus

An interest-bearing account1 with no monthly service charge or per check and deposited item charges2. Ideal for non-profit organizations with more than 100 deposited items and checks each month. Minimum balance of $500 to open.


Analyzed Community Partnership

A non-interest-bearing account with an earnings credit3 allowance. Ideal for established non-profit organizations with higher balances and the need for more monthly transactions. Minimum balance of $100 to open.

Cash Management Solutions

All of our non-profit deposit accounts include our Cash Management solutions to help you better manage your cash flow and business finances.


Collecting Funds



Fraud Protection Services



View our additional Cash Management services to learn more about disbursing funds, managing funds, and staying informed. 

Lending Options

We offer private placement tax exempt financing for non-profit organizations in Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, and Hawaii. If you're interested in our lending services, please contact our Relationship Manager that specializes in non-profit lending.



Hear what the non-profit FUSION has to say about banking with HomeStreet.

Quote by Peggy LaPorte, Founder of FUSION

Contact us to open a checking account for your non-profit.


1. Your account balance must equal or exceed the stated minimum balance each day to obtain the annual percentage yield (APY) listed on the Bank rate sheet. Interest begins to accrue on the business day your deposit is made if your deposit consists of cash, ACH or checks drawn on Homestreet Bank, and the next business day if your deposit consists of checks drawn on other banks. Interest will be paid up to the date of withdrawal. Interest will be compounded monthly and credited to your account on the last day of the statement cycle. For a savings account on a quarterly statement cycle, interest compounds monthly and pays interest to the account at the end of the month. We use the daily balance method to calculate the interest on your account. This method applies a daily periodic rate to the collected balance in the account each day. At our discretion, we may change the interest rate, APY, or interest rate tiers on the account at any time.

2. All Accounts are subject to HomeStreet Bank's customary fees for stop payments, insufficient funds, returned items, automatic transfer, other miscellaneous services and account early closure fees. Refer to Schedule of Fees. Fees are subject to change upon notice as may be required by law.

3. Charges for Analyzed Community Partnership may be offset by an earnings credit allowance. The earnings credit allowance is calculated by applying the Earnings Credit Rate to the net investable balance each month (average ledger balance less a 10% reserve requirement). The earnings credit rate is an independently administered rate determined by the Bank and is subject to change.


We are proud to be involved in our communities.


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