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Our secure technology allows you to easily access personal and
business banking services and enjoy our personal service from
the safety and comfort of your own home.

During this pandemic, we encourage you to use our convenient
mobile options to bank with us any time, from any device, any where.

We are grateful to our dedicated team for their exceptional service to our customers during these unprecedented times.
Our COVID-19 Response
A message from Charlie Crawford, CEO
Our top priority at Hyperion Bank is to ensure the health and safety of our customers, employees, and communities. Our executive team has been meeting daily to review the most current guidance from the CDC, the World Health Organization (WHO), and state and local authorities, to make proactive adjustments to our Business Continuity and Pandemic plans that are currently in place.

Please know that we are currently open for business. We have been diligently disinfecting all common areas throughout the day. However, we request that visitors who have had flu-like symptoms or have traveled to affected areas 14 days prior contact us via phone or email instead of entering the building. This is key to keeping the virus from spreading, along with measures like social distancing and frequent hand-washing. 

Hyperion Bank’s mission is to continue bringing community banking to you through our technological capabilities. Using online banking and our mobile app, we believe we can and will continue to serve you in a seamless manner.  

  • Online Banking: If you are not already registered, please contact us at 215-789-4200 or customerservice@hyperionbank.com for further assistance. Once you are set up for Online Banking, you will be able to check your balance, pay bills, and make transfers from the comfort of your home.

  • Mobile App: You can bank from anywhere with the Hyperion Bank app for your smartphone (Android and iOS). Download the app that works for your device and you'll get all the same tools, plus you can make mobile check deposits. 

  • Telephone Teller: If you wish to not sign up for online banking but need to check your balances and listen to your recent transactions, please contact customer service at customerservice@hyperionbank.com. If you are already registered for this service, dial 888-231-4982 at any time to retrieve your transaction history.

If you need to make changes to your account, order a debit card, or have any questions, please contact customer service or call us at 215-789-4200 and we will gladly assist you.

As a friendly reminder, if we contact you we will never ask you for your personal pin or passwords. During this vulnerable time we want to make sure all of our customers are alert to potential scams.

We are committed to keeping you informed of our plans in the coming days. Please check our website and social media pages for updates. If you have any questions or concerns do not hesitate to reach out.

Hyperion Bank is here and ready to serve you, and for small businesses affected by COVID-19, we are accepting applications for PPP loans--please keep reading to learn how to apply.

Thank you for trusting us with your banking needs,

Charles B. Crawford, Jr.
Chairman and CEO
Helping Small Businesses with PPP Loans:
APPLY at Hyperion Bank
What you should know about the CARES Act Paycheck Protection Program
On March 27, 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act ( CARES Act ) was enacted to help support businesses and families through the ongoing 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. We are encouraging all our small business borrowers who are impacted by COVID-19 to consider applying for a loan under this new program, which provides some critical benefits , including:
  1. Cash to cover select business expenses (such as employee salaries and payroll support, rent or mortgage and utilities payments, insurance premiums)
  2. 6 months of deferred loan payments
  3. Loan forgiveness (a portion, or possibly all, of your loan may be forgiven)

Key Points:
  • Length of a PPP loan: 2 years
  • Interest rate on a PPP loan: 0.5%
  • Maximum dollar amount of a PPP loan: 2.5x of your average total monthly payments for payroll costs of the business during the 1-year period before the loan is made; payroll costs include salary, wage, vacation, parental, family, medical or sick leave, severance, health care benefits, and local taxes.
  • Last day to apply for a PPP loan: June 30, 2020--BUT, please note that it takes time for you to complete the application and to process your approval. Also, note that there are a limited amount of funds available under the CARES Act for PPP loans, so the earlier you apply, the better. The SBA will start accepting applications from small businesses and sole proprietors on Friday, April 3; and from independent contractors and self-employed individuals on Friday, April 10.
How to apply for a PPP loan*:
Application Form, Fact Sheet, SBA Information
As an approved SBA lender, Hyperion Bank can help you obtain a PPP loan. We are accepting applications from all businesses with 500 or fewer employees, including sole proprietors, self-employed individuals, independent contractors, nonprofits, veterans' organizations, and Tribal business concerns. Businesses in certain industries with more than 500 employees may apply for a PPP loan if they meet applicable SBA standards ( click here for details).

To apply, please follow the instructions from the links below, fill out the application form, and submit it to us with other required documentation.

We are here to help small businesses through this process. You may submit your completed application form and contact us for assistance as follows:
Ryan Sullivan 215.789.4186
NMLS 1663590
NMLS 779814
NMLS 663782
*Offer of credit subject to loan approval.
Support Your Local Businesses
Order Takeout, Buy Gift Cards, Shop Local Online, Give Great Reviews
Amidst the health crisis, small business owners are struggling to survive the loss of business associated with mandatory stay at home orders and social distancing. Many small businesses--especially in the restaurant sector--are trying hard to keep their workforce employed while confronting their own small operating margins. Here are some ways you can help local businesses stay afloat and maintain their workforce while practicing safe distances during the COVID-19 pandemic:

  • Order food for take-out or delivery
  • Buy gift cards now for future dining/purchases
  • Patronize local stores online
  • Leave online reviews (Yelp, Google)
  • Reschedule (instead of cancelling) restaurant events
  • Give your favorite small businesses a shout-out on social media.

These businesses help make our communities great places to live and work. If we want them to be here when this crisis is over, we need to support them however we can now.
COVID-19: How to Help Healthcare Workers
US healthcare workers are in urgent need of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Here are a few ways to help:
  1. Visit DonatePPE.org to find lists of all the supplies medical professionals need, and contact information for facilities and physicians to help you direct your donations to the people who need them most.
  2. Search on GoFundMe.org for "masks," "N95," "PPE," and other keywords to find crowdsourcing campaigns where you can make a financial donation in support of specific institutions, cities, and states.
  3. Contact your state Health Department (see links above) for donation information.
Hyperion Bank salutes all the healthcare workers and first responders who continue to care for patients at significant personal risk to themselves and their families. To everyone working to keep our communities and population safe, thank you for all you do!
It's true...at Hyperion Bank, we do think of all our employees and customers as family. And because families take care of each other, we want to help everyone in our Hyperion Bank family stay healthy and get through this crisis together.

There are lots of resources online to answer many of your questions about coronavirus and public health, small business relief, online entertainment, homeschooling, and more, and the news and information flow can be overwhelming. These quick links to official sites can direct you to important information on a wide range of topics related to managing through COVID-19:

  • Centers for Disease Control (CDC)--a comprehensive resource about COVID-19 symptoms, protecting yourself, information for specific populations, data, and more: https://www.coronavirus.gov/

  • Georgia Dept. of Public Health--this portal from GA's official COVID-19 response team features guidance for Individuals & Families, High-Risk Populations, Community Events & Groups, Stigma, and Travel, plus much more: https://dph.georgia.gov/novelcoronavirus

  • Johns Hopkins University & Medicine Coronavirus Resource Center--this is the map that experts and global leaders are using to track COVID-19 worldwide: https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html

  • Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act--signed into law on March 27, 2020, this $2 trillion stimulus bill is allocated to provide coronavirus impact relief to individuals, small businesses, large corporations, public health and hospitals, education, state and local governments, and a federal safety net. You can read all 880 pages of the CARES Act here, or read NPR's summary here: https://www.npr.org/2020/03/26/821457551/whats-inside-the-senate-s-2-trillion-coronavirus-aid-package

  • Economic Injury Disaster Loans & Grants (EIDL)--the CARES Act provides $377 billion in relief for small businesses (including nonprofits, sole proprietors, and others eligible under the Act). Read the details and learn how you can apply for an EIDL through the SBA: https://www.sba.gov/disaster/apply-for-disaster-loan/index.html

Social media tip: if you're looking for information on social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn, try following local hashtags and handles in addition to #COVID19 or #FlattentheCurve to get updates about information that is specific to your state or community. For example, @PAHealthDept is the official Twitter feed for the Pennsylvania Dept. of Health. In Georgia, you can follow the state's Health Department at @GaDPH and #COVID19GA.
Community Corner
Staying home? Social distancing?
Enjoy virtual tours and performances online!
Google Arts & Culture
Even if you can't travel to Spain to tour the Guggenheim Bilbao, you can take an interactive virtual visit to this famous Frank Gehry-designed art museum, plus more than 2,000 institutions around the world, at Google Arts & Culture. Google has partnered with art, history, science, and technology museums and international landmarks to offer a spectacular array of tours and stories curated by experts in various fields, all searchable by city, topic, artist, collection, and more. For even more fun features, download the Google Arts & Culture app for your tablet or smartphone. The site encourages you to learn something new every day, while you stay home and practice safe social distancing! Learn more. Photo courtesy The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao
David Attenborough's Great Coral Reef
Travel online to explore Australia's Great Coral Reef without leaving home! This interactive journey led by David Attenborough is just one of the many wonderful ways that you can visit destinations around the world while observing stay at home orders. Start your virtual swim and learn more here. Photo courtesy Australia.com.
"A day without music is a day wasted."
--Andre Previn

The Metropolitan Opera Live in HD Encore Performances, Daily at 7:30 pm
While theaters are dark due to the pandemic, The Metropolitan Opera is bringing its past performances to at-home audiences. Tune in to their website every evening at 7:30 pm to see some of the Met's greatest productions from the past 14 years. Each Live in HD stream will be available until 6:30 pm the following evening. Find the weekly schedule at metopera.org. Photo courtesy Marty Sohl/The Metropolitan Opera Tannhauser.
The Philadelphia Orchestra
BeethovenNOW: Symphonies 5 & 6
Before it suspended concerts in response to COVID-19, the Philadelphia Orchestra came together on March 12, 2020 for one last performance, playing Beethoven's Fifth and Sixth Symphonies to an empty Verizon Hall under the baton of conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin (who is also the music Director of The Metropolitan Opera). If you missed the original livestream, you can still enjoy it at home. Watch here. Photo courtesy The Philadelphia Orchestra.
Take a virtual visit to Zoos & Aquariums
Zoo Atlanta - Panda Cam
& Great Zoos & Aquariums Nationwide
If COVID-19 has you staying at home, now is a perfect time to take a virtual trip to zoos and aquariums across the country. At Zoo Atlanta, for example, you can pass the time with the Zoo's famous Giant Pandas on its popular Panda Cam . Also in Atlanta. the Georgia Aquarium's webcams provide a peek into the undersea worlds of its beluga whales, African penguins, piranhas, and more. The San Diego Zoo has 10 webcams where you can keep an eye on elephants, giraffes, and other furry friends--fun for all ages! Other places to explore include The Monterey Bay Aquarium , and every day at 2:00 pm The Philadelphia Zoo is introducing viewers to animals on their Facebook page at Philly Zoo at 2 - - you can also visit the site anytime to view past segments. Looking for resources for parents and children while schooling at home? The Adventure Aquarium (formerly known as The New Jersey Aquarium) can help. Photo courtesy Zoo Atlanta.
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