To be a truly local hometown bank means supporting the community that supports us. Here are just a few examples of organizations we support, and how we're giving back:
American Cancer Society Video
Triumph has donated to breast cancer research by supporting employee Rachel Culver's team at the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk. Rachel herself is a breast cancer survivor.
Teach For America-Memphis Website
TFA recruits teachers in order to expand educational opportunity in low income areas. Triumph's support of the Memphis office includes sponsoring teachers in training, and donating funds that qualify for matching national grants.
Shelby County Schools
Triumph's Will Chase has shared his time with Social Studies teachers at "District
Learning Day." Relzie Payton, Shelby County Schools Instructional Supervisor considers Will's involvement very beneficial.
Girls, Inc. Website
Girls, Inc. of Memphis helps prepare girls for college, confident and responsible
adulthood, economic independence and personal fulfillment. In addition to our
involvement, Triumph Bank Board member Burnetta Williams is also a Girls, Inc. board member.
Westminster Academy Funis Runis
Triumph Bank continues its financial support of this annual “fun run” to benefit a wide range of school needs; most notably its tuition assistance program for families who may not otherwise be able to afford it.
Arthritis Foundation Website
The Memphis chapter actively hosts several events to raise money and awareness.
Memphis Jewish Home Website
Fund-raising helps provide rehabilitation services, outpatient therapy and long-term care for seniors.
Creative Aging Mid-South
Triumph has sponsored Creative Aging Mid-South's First Annual Senior
Variety Show, featuring entertaining acts ages 72 to 93 performing songs from
yesteryear. See the video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUPov33mOLY