F&M Bank News

Navigating COVID-19: A Message from Mark Hanna, President & CEO

The entire team at F&M Bank would like to thank you for your understanding and cooperation as we actively monitor the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. In times of uncertainty, we often cling to what’s familiar. Although routines have been disrupted, one thing that remains constant is family. As a customer, you are part of the F&M Bank family, and your health and financial security is our utmost priority. 

During this time, we continue to update our website, blog and social media channels consistently to ensure you are receiving the resources you need. We understand current economic conditions are creating financial challenges for our community, and we are here to help.  

COVID-19 Health and Safety Measures 

COVID-19 Client Resources 

COVID-19 Community Support 

Small Business Assistance

On March 27, 2020, the United States Congress passed, and President Trump signed, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) to help support businesses and families through the on-going novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In particular, the CARES Act expanded the SBA Section 7(a) loan program, also referred to as the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which aims to support small businesses.

As an SBA approved lender, F&M Bank is here to help. To apply for the PPP progam, please visit our website

Bank Anywhere with Online and Mobile Banking

Our online banking platform allows you to do almost anything you want with your personal bank accounts. Transfer funds, make loan payments, and schedule bill pay from the convenience of your home. Our mobile app is a great tool for depositing checks and sending digital payments using our person-to-person solution! 

Community News

Shenandoah Valley Photography Calendar

This photo, snapped by Julie Smith, was taken on the beautiful Sentara RMH campus last spring. She says, “The redbuds were glorious as I took a walk one night. I chose to frame the sunset with the red buds to disguise the power lines in the background of the photo.”

Watch Out for Corona-Criminals

Cybercriminals are using the names of respected institutions to lure unsuspecting individuals into fake offers, giving out personal information, and clicking on download links that can infect their computers. This can lead to fraud, identity theft and the loss of account information and passwords. As with all things related to the coronavirus outbreak, it pays to be vigilant

Casual Fridays for Charity

Throughout the month of March, employees donated over $500 to Page One. We hope you don't mind our dress down days as they are for a good cause!

Upcoming Events

Community Shred Days Postponed

Our Community Shred Days scheduled between now and June 10th have been postponed to a later date yet to be determined. Stay up to date with all events on our Facebook page or website's calendar of events.