Texas Capital Bank’s mission is helping businesses grow and communities prosper. We achieve this by reinvesting in the communities we serve and by supporting programs that promote economic growth, adult and financial literacy training as well as encourage healthy living. In addition, we have adopted schools that serve low-income communities in each of our markets and provide support for their after-school tutorial and mentoring programs, as well as recreational activities for kids in the program.   

We are proud to have supported more than 100 nonprofit organizations throughout Texas through our bank’s charitable program, as well as through our employee volunteers who donate their time and resources. Our community partnerships include:

  • Austin Pathways
  • Caritas
  • Central Texas Food Bank
  • Con Mi MADRE
  • Creative Action
  • E3 Alliance
  • Evolve Austin
  • Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber
  • Junior Achievement of Central Texas
  • Literacy Coalition of Central Texas
  • Martin Middle School
  • Meals on Wheels
  • PeopleFund
  • SafePlace
  • Texas Affordable Housing Corporation
  • Texas Book Festival
  • YMBL Sunshine Camps
  • African American Museum
  • After School All-Stars
  • American Red Cross of North Texas Region
  • Black Tie Dallas
  • Brighter Tomorrows
  • Brother Bill’s Helping Hand
  • Catholic Charities
  • CitySquare
  • Cowtown C.A.L.F. Marathon
  • Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce
  • Dallas Women's Foundation
  • Educational First Steps
  • Family Gateway
  • Genesis Women's Shelter
  • H.I.S. BridgeBuilders
  • HOPE Farm
  • Hunger Busters
  • Interfaith Services
  • KERA
  • Leadership ISD
  • LIFT (Literacy Instruction for Texas)
  • Mercy Street
  • Morningside Elementary School
  • National Council of Jewish Women, Greater Dallas Section
  • National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum
  • North Texas Food Bank
  • Oak Cliff Chamber of Commerce
  • Oasis Center
  • Presbyterian Night Shelter
  • Readers 2 Leaders
  • RISD Academy
  • TeCo Productions Inc.
  • The Gatehouse
  • The Real Estate Council
  • The Trinity Trust Foundation
  • The WARM Place
  • T.O.R.I. (Texas Offenders Reentry Initiative)
  • Trinity River Mission
  • Trusted World Foundation Inc.
  • Veteran's Coalition of North Central Texas
  • West Dallas Chamber of Commerce
  • Women in Need of Generous Supports (WiNGS)
  • YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas
  • Avenue Community Development Corporation
  • Blackshear Elementary
  • Blessings in a Backpack
  • Breadth of Life Inc.
  • EastSide University
  • Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council
  • Hope, Healing & Hooves
  • Houston Children's Charity
  • Houston Food Bank
  • Houston Money Week
  • Houston Texans YMCA
  • Houston Zoo
  • Project Row Houses
  • Sam Houston Area Council of Boy Scouts
  • Second Servings Houston
  • SER Jobs for Progress
  • S.H.A.P.E Community Center
  • Small Steps Nurturing Center
  • Solutions for Better Living
  • Spring Shadows Elementary
  • Temenos Community Development Center
  • The Bryan Museum
  • The Women's Resource
  • Theatre Under the Stars (TUTS)
  • United Way of Greater Houston
  • Boysville Inc.
  • Booker T. Washington Elementary
  • Children’s Hunger Fund
  • Ella Austin Community Center
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • H.I.S. BridgeBuilders 
  • Project MEND
  • SLEW Wellness Center
  • Snack Pak 4 Kids
  • Strong Foundation
  • Texas CAN Academies
  • Unicorn Centers Inc.
  • YMCA of Greater San Antonio

contact an expert

Effie Dennison

President, TCCDC | Dallas, TX 469.399.8586 469.399.8586

JJ Ponce

Community Development Officer | Dallas, TX 214.932.6621 214.932.6621

Jenny Guzman

Community Development Officer | Houston, TX 832.308.7032 832.308.7032

Gloria Delgado

Community Development Officer | San Antonio, TX 210.390.3833 210.390.3833

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