Category Archives: Community Service
In continued support of our community partner, Triumph is sponsoring the Pre-K 4 class at Binghampton Christian Academy this school year. With education always as our focus, being able to work more closely with this sweet school, near the corner of Tillman and Walnut Grove, allows us to provide every book and supply to these youngest students of the school. At the same time, our team is able to get to know the students and build relationships with them by serving as their surrogate room parents for the year. We kicked off the year by hosting their Fall Fest last Friday. We look forward to many more activities throughout the coming year! Read More »
Triumph was nationally recognized by the American Bankers Association Foundation for its Personal Financial Management Program with The Boy Scouts of America with a 2016 Community Commitment Award. The award was given to Triumph for its efforts in the Financial Education category and was presented during ABA’s Annual Convention in Nashville on October 18. Read More »
In continued support of our community partner, Advance Memphis, Triumph sponsored its largest annual fundraiser, Art for Jobs, on Thursday, September 16th. All proceeds raised from the event’s art sales go directly to support the programs at Advance Memphis which empower the residents of south Memphis to gain employment and financial self-sufficiency. Read More »
On July 28th, several members of the Triumph team served our community partner, Advance Memphis, at their new warehouse at 575 Suzette Avenue. This was the second year in a row that Triumph has had a team work day at Advance Memphis, but the first in their new 10,000 square foot warehouse. Our team helped caulk and repaint the exterior of the warehouse, prime the interior walls for fresh paint, and stain a fence that protects the community garden. Everything was done in preparation for Advance Memphis’ upcoming fundraiser, Art for Jobs. Read More »
Earlier this week, Triumph Bank was presented with an award in recognition of its support of Make-A-Wish’s large annual fundraiser, “Wine for Wishes.” With Triumph’s help, over $50,000 was raised for Make-A-Wish of the Mid-South. Additionally, Catherine Duncan, Assistant Vice President and Human Resources Officer, raised nearly $10,000 on her own by reaching out to her friends and family. Read More »
Our Triumph Bank team was excited to return to Binghampton Christian Academy “BCA”, our community partner, on February 25. We brought a delicious dinner from The Cupboard Restaurant into the boys’ and girls’ dorms where we ate and visited with the 32 boarder students and their dorm parents. After dinner, we played games and the girls showed us some moves playing “Just Dance” on their Wii. Before we left, we surprised each student with a brand new bedding set for their twin beds and they were so excited! Read More »
Over the past week, members of the Triumph Bank team have had two wonderful opportunities to celebrate Christmas with our community partner, Binghampton Christian Academy “BCA.” We welcomed their kindergarten and 1st grade classes to join us for our annual “Cookies with Santa” event where each child had their photo made with Santa, ate goodies and watched Christmas movies in our Board Room. We also brought a delicious dinner and spent the evening with their boarder students and their dorm parents. Read More »
In continuing Triumph Bank’s community partnerships within the Binghampton neighborhood, we are happy to announce that this week we are now featuring art from the students of the Carpenter Art Garden at our new office in Germantown at 7550 West Farmington across from Saddlecreek. Our first featured artist is Donte Davis. Donte is the artist who created the idea of the “Grizz hearts” that many Memphians showcase in the yards now in support of our Memphis Grizzlies.
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Triumph is proud to adopt Advance Memphis as a new community partner. Advance Memphis serves the adults in the 38126 zip code in South Memphis, the poorest in the nation, through transformational relationships and economic development. Our tagline Let’s talk growth took on a new meaning as our team worked with them yesterday spending the afternoon in their community garden on a piece of land behind their building recently given to them to cultivate. We began building a fence and maintaining the land so that their garden will flourish. For more information about Advance Memphis, check out: advancememphis.org
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Members of the Triumph team, and some of their children, brought a “Cinco de Mayo” themed taco dinner to the boarder students at Binghampton Christian Academy “BCA”. These students live at the school Monday through Thursday nights during the school year. We had so much fun catching up with them as they are working hard to finish up the school year. After dinner, we went outside to enjoy the beautiful weather and finished up the evening with a pinata full of treats! To learn more about BCA and why we selected them as a partner, click here.
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