A charitable arm of Union Bank has made a half-million-dollar investment in Family Savings Bank, a federally chartered thrift said to be the largest owned by blacks in the state.

Family Savings Bank can use the investment to boost capital and fund mortgage loans in low- and moderate-income neighborhoods, said Ron Thigpen, the thrift's chief operating officer.

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