Triumph Community Development Foundation is proud to continue its strong partnership with AngelStreet Memphis. AngelStreet provides an after-school safe haven for girls, ranging from 8-18, through mentorship and music. Since 2013, 300 young women have been changed by the empowering forces they’ve found at AngelStreet.
The Triumph Community Development Foundation is excited to continue its relationship with our community partner, The Salvation Army of Memphis & the Mid-South. The Salvation Army of Memphis runs the Purdue Center of Hope – a safe haven for the women confronting their addictions, fighting poverty, and seeking refuge from violence and homelessness through five programs housed by the center.
The mission of the Triumph Community Development Foundation “TCDF” is to provide support to organizations that directly offer programs and opportunities for education and economic development. Our partnership with STREETS Ministries supports just that.
The Triumph Community Development Foundation (TCDF) is proud to announce its newest Memphis community partner: RedZone Memphis. The Evangelical based organization works towards fostering stability through faith-based programs in Orange Mound, one of the most under-served communities in the nation. RedZone offers three youth programs – Transformers, their weekly outreach club, Transcenders, their weekly bible … Read more RedZone Memphis partners with Triumph Community Development Foundation
2020 has shown moments and movements of adversity and has taught us to celebrate victories and accomplishments with our full attention. On Thursday, June 25th, Volunteer Memphis held their Awards in a beautifully executed virtual event. We are honored and excited to announce that Triumph Bank received Volunteer Memphis’ Corporate Philanthropic Initiatives Award for 2020!
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.
The Branch of Nashville recognized a need in its community to not only eradicate hunger but to guide immigrant families as they immerse themselves into American culture. The Branch of Nashville mainly operates as a food pantry and supplies an average of 440 families with food. In addition, they help nearly 300 individuals navigate the English language. The organization offers 6 levels of instruction throughout the day and night, catering to various English comprehension levels and job schedules. The Branch of Nashville established the connection between fluency and self-sufficiency. Once the students grasp a better understanding of the English language, students are more likely to pull themselves and their families out of poverty due to higher-paying job opportunities. The TCDF grant provides scholarship money for adult English learners in the pre-literacy program, which allows adult students to grasp basic reading, writing, speaking, vocabulary and grammar skills. We are honored to assist The Branch of Nashville and bolster its mission to uplift its community in comfort, education, and self-sufficiency.
To learn more about The Branch of Nashville visit https://www.thebranchofnashville.org/
The Triumph team brought lots of love, sweet treats, and math worksheets to our second-grade class at Binghampton Christian Academy last Friday to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Team members and second graders alike were dressed from head to toe in hues of reds and pinks, even heart-shaped glasses, to match the spirit of the holiday. After an exchange of joyful hugs, team members explained a sewing craft before the kids’ dove into their creative groove, producing beautiful new valentines.
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.
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!