Generations Bank was established in 1870 as Seneca Falls Savings Bank—a New York chartered mutual savings bank. In 2012, the bank’s name and the insurance agency’s name were changed to Generations Bank and Generations Agency respectively.
In January 2021, Generations Bank's holding company reorganized as a fully public stock holding company. As part of the conversion and reorganization, Generations Bank became a wholly owned subsidiary of a new holding company, Generations Bancorp.
If you need forms for changing your address, transferring ownership of your shares or for any other inquiries involving stock certificates, please contact the customer relations department of our transfer agent – Computershare Investor Services at 800.368.5948 or by visiting their website, where you can view and download many of the forms that you may need or find the answers to many of your questions.
We believe it is important to invest back into the communities we serve. We make it our goal to give back to the community both financially or through employee volunteer hours. Below are just a few of the community events, organizations, and programs we actively support.
Honoring those that were injured or killed while serving our country
As a proud supporter of our veterans, we started the first Purple Heart Trail in the Finger Lakes at our Headquarters located on 20 E Bayard St. in Seneca Falls. Members of the community submitted names which were included in the Trail.
Helping to build safe and affordable housing in our community
We work closely with Habitat for Humanity (HFH) because we believe everyone has the right to affordable housing. Many of our employees volunteer for HFH on a weekly basis and serve as members of the Seneca County HFH board of directors.
Celebrating the achievements of women and Seneca Falls' history
The Right to Run (RTR) celebrates Seneca Falls' unique history as the birthplace of women's rights. Many of our employees volunteer for the race and serve on the RTR board & committee. The races are held in Seneca Falls and benefit different women's organizations.
Providing D.A.R.E. officers with the materials needed to teach children to resist drugs and violence
We provide key materials needed for D.A.R.E. Police Officers to teach the D.A.R.E. program to elementary students in Auburn, Clifton Springs, Geneva, Phelps, Romulus, Seneca Falls, Southern Cayuga, South Seneca and Waterloo!