Category Archives: Community Service
Here at Triumph, we talk growth. Even more so, we act to propel growth in our communities through our Triumph Community Development Foundation (TCDF) aims to support organizations that enhance education, financial literacy, and economic development. The Branch of Nashville’s mission to help families “walk out of poverty and into self-sufficiency” struck a chord, first, in the hearts of our Nashville teammates, who have through food drives and volunteer hours. Now, we are proud to announce that TCDF will officially partner with The Branch.
It’s the season of giving and who better to shower with gifts than the students at our community partner, Binghampton Christian Academy! Triumph team members collaborated up with other dedicated friends of BCA to deliver Christmas to the thirty boys and girls that participate in their residential program. Read More »
Our Triumph team has been busy with handfuls of opportunities to give back to our community through our relationships with STREETS Ministries, Carpenter Art Garden and Binghampton Christian Academy “BCA.” Here’s an overview of our recent engagements with our community partners! Read More »
The Triumph Community Development Foundation was so pleased to present a grant to the STREETS Ministries’ after-school literacy program, “STREET Smarts,” last fall. Our focus through the foundation always searches for Non-Profit Organizations where we can allocate our financial resources and provide support through volunteerism. Read More »
This morning, our Memphis area Triumph retail managers hosted a special “Cop Stop” breakfast for all law enforcement in the Arlington area. We are so grateful for these men and women who serve and protect us everyday, and at Triumph, we call them our Community Heroes! We want to give special thanks to Crave Coffee Bar and Bistro and Off the Hoof for helping us prepare the delicious food served.
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Last year, the Triumph Community Development Foundation committed to support to The Salvation Army of Memphis and the Mid-South’s summer program, Camp Hope. The six-week summer program provides a creative, active, and educational experience exclusively for the children participating in the residential programs at the Purdue Center of Hope.
The Triumph Community Development Foundation presented a grant check in April to Carpenter Art Garden “CAG” in the Binghampton neighborhood in Memphis to support the teen staffing program they recently started. This summer, they are employing over 20 teens from the neighborhood that will be working in different areas of CAG’s properties: the art house, two community gardens, mosaics, sewing, bike repair and more. This Monday at their summer orientation, we kicked off a financial education class based on the book, Pay Yourself First. Read More »
For the third year in a row, our Triumph team and Board had the pleasure of hosting a Family Day for its wonderful community partner, Binghampton Christian Academy. The rainy weather held off and allowed us to keep our outdoor plans! We provided activities for all ages. The parents and faculty had the opportunity to sit in an informative class taught by two of our Retail Bankers and learn more about the importance of saving and building strong credit. Each adult left with a Savings and Credit Resource Guide that included great tips, helpful links and tools to help them going forward. Read More »
In recognition of National Volunteer Week 2019, Triumph Bank was thrilled to participate in service opportunities with two of our outstanding community partners! In the earlier part of the week, members of our team kicked things off by visiting our friends at Advance Memphis to serve lunch and talk with their Work Life class participants. Work Life is a 6-week, soft-skills training class that is designed by Advance Memphis to prepare men and women in local, low-income areas with the proper tools to gain employment. Read More »
In December, the Triumph team was ecstatic to ring in the holiday season with one of our incredible community partners, Binghampton Christian Academy! Not only did we get to throw a Christmas party with our adopted 1st grade class, but we luckily had the opportunity to co-host a special Christmas party with BCA’s residential students as well! We first had our party with the 1st graders, which is our third year to continue this cherished tradition. We spent an afternoon together in their classroom serving snacks, making holiday-themed games and crafts, while also teaching them financial literacy through money-focused worksheets. Read More »