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CFG Bank owner donates $3M to advance National Aquarium's waterfront project

November 06, 2019

Jack Dwyer is sick of hearing about what's wrong with Baltimore.

The local businessman decided to channel his frustration with negative headlines by trying to change the narrative. Dwyer has donated $3 million to the National Aquarium to help advance a long-awaited project to build a waterfront campus between Piers 3 and 4 of the Inner Harbor featuring floating wetlands and terraces.

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CFG Bank Embraces The Maryland Cannabis Industry Offering Lending Support For Businesses

May 26, 2021

CFG Bank (CFGB) today announced its expansion into the cannabis market as one of the only banks in the area to serve this growing industry.  The Bank recently worked with a number of clients, including SunMed Growers and Curio Wellness, supporting their growth and expansion needs in response to demand increases. SunMed Growers is a quality medical cannabis grower, dedicated to cultivating the safest cannabis for the needs of Maryland. Curio Wellness is a family-founded and operated cGMP certified medical cannabis company and trusted healthcare partner.

Helping Up Mission Receives Contribution From CFG Bank And Owner Jack Dwyer To Re-open Emergency Shelter Closed Due To Covid-19

April 19, 2021

Helping Up Mission (HUM) received a donation of $100,000 from CFG Bank, made possible through the generosity of owner Jack Dwyer. The donation enables HUM to make the facility renovations necessary to re-open its emergency shelter program which closed in March 2020 due to health and safety concerns associated with COVID-19.  

CFG Bank Announces Launch Of The Jack And Nancy Dwyer Workforce Development Program With $1 Million Commitment

April 15, 2021

CFG Bank (CFGB) today announced the launch of the newly-formed Jack and Nancy Dwyer Workforce Development Program, a 501(c)(3) non-profit whose mission is to help resolve the effects of systemic poverty and inequality and help resolve the turnover crisis and burnout due to staffing shortages in the healthcare industry by creating a pathway to advance career opportunities in the nursing profession. CFGB donated $1 million to jumpstart the program.

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