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Before You Apply

FNB is currently accepting PPP applications from both customers and non-customers if you reside in one of the following states: Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, or District of Columbia.

To complete this application, you will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software. Many computers come with this free software pre-installed or you can use the link below.

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Step 1. Download Application

1. To download the blank application form on a Windows device, right-click with your mouse on the "Download Application" button below and select "Save Link As". If you're using a Mac press Ctrl+ on the mouse or trackpad and select "Download Linked File As".

2. Use Adobe Reader to open the application PDF you just saved to your Desktop. Fill out the application by typing in the fillable PDF form. Do not print out and write on the form.

3. Digitally sign the application (instructions).

4. Save completed, signed application to your desktop.


Important: right click on the download button to save to your desktop.

Download Application

Step 2. Continue for Upload

If you’re ready to submit your application now, you can do so below. Otherwise, you can submit your application at any time from our COVID Relief page.

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