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Empowering the communities we serve

Giving back has always been part of who we are — that's why we're proud to announce the launch of the Texas Capital Bank Foundation. By investing our time, attention, and financial resources, we believe we can inspire hope and create lasting change. From philanthropy to volunteer service to financial wellness, we are committed to serving our communities and helping them thrive through our most ambitious giving year yet.

View our Corporate Social Responsibility Report

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Basic needs to support quality of life

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Educational opportunities for lifetime success

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Supportive services for individuals, small businesses & veterans

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<center> Honors Awards </center>

The Texas Capital Bank Foundation will launch by honoring four outstanding nonprofit programs with the newly created Honors awards, in addition to our annual grant cycle. Three of these grants will be for $50,000 each and will represent our giving pillars: Live, Learn, and Lift. The fourth grant, $100,000, is for Supporting Our Troops, Active and Remembered (STAR). All Texas Capital Bank Foundation grants are awarded to nonprofit organizations providing direct services to low-and-moderate income communities in the Texas markets where the bank operates.

Submissions will be accepted from January – February 2023. The board will review and select applications for pitch presentations throughout March. Final decisions about grantees will be awarded in April.

View our Grant Guidelines

Live Award

Supporting access to healthcare in under-resourced communities. 

Recognizing that access to healthcare is essential to Live a healthy life, the Texas Capital Bank Foundation has committed to support a nonprofit that provides access to quality healthcare for under-resourced communities. There are over a million uninsured Texans living below the poverty line, making Texas the most uninsured state in the nation. That why we are giving a $50,000 Honor Award to help expand access to healthcare for those who need it most. 

  • $50,000 award
  • The submission portal will open January 3 and close February 28

View grant guidelines for more eligibility information.

Click Here to Apply

Learn Award

Supporting early childhood education.

There are 2 million children under the age of 5 in Texas, and kindergarten readiness is a key component to success in a student’s life, improving high school graduation rates and future determinants of success. That’s why the foundation is giving a $50,000 Honor Award to a nonprofit that serves in early childhood education, to help children Learn early and start on the path to a lifetime of opportunity.

  • $50,000 award
  • The submission portal will open January 3 and close February 28

View grant guidelines for more eligibility information.

Click Here to Apply

Lift Award

Supporting transitional housing and wraparound services.

Texas may make up 9% of the nation’s population, but has 34% of the nation’s chronic homeless population. And we know that when the chronically homeless receive transitional housing plus wraparound services, they are less likely to return to homelessness. The Texas Capital Bank Foundation commits to help Lift individuals out of homelessness permanently by giving a $50,000 Honor Award to a nonprofit organization that provides these services. 

  • $50,000 award
  • The submission portal will open January 3 and close February 28

View grant guidelines for more eligibility information.

Click Here to Apply

STAR Award

Supporting services for veterans.

Texas has the highest number of veterans in the nation, and in Texas, we honor the sacrifices made by our troops and their families. Texas Capital Bank Foundation pledges our support for our military members and veterans through our Supporting our Troops, Active and Remembered (STAR) award, providing $100,000 to a nonprofit serving our military and/or veterans. 

  • $100,000 award
  • The submission portal will open January 3 and close February 28

View grant guidelines for more eligibility information.

Click Here to Apply

"Honors Award Timeline"

<center> Community Impact Grants </center>

The Texas Capital Bank Foundation will continue to allocate its Community Impact Grants to nonprofits serving low-and-moderate income communities under the three pillars: Live, Learn, and Lift. These grants are by invitation only and adhere to the requirements of the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA). 

Funding is allocated annually to 501 c3 nonprofit organizations in good standing, which serve primarily low-and-moderate income communities in Texas Capital Bank’s markets. Starting in 2023, consideration for Community Impact Grant funding will begin in March, with allocations in May. For further questions, contact [email protected]

View our Guidelines

Board of Directors

Effie Dennison
Effie Dennison

EVP, Head of Community Development

Texas Capital Bank

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Brian Maksymowicz
Brian Maksymowicz

SVP, Head of Marketing

Texas Capital Bank

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Ricky Maldonado
Ricky Maldonado

SVP, San Antonio Market President

Texas Capital Bank

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Josh Mayfield
Josh Mayfield

EVP, Head of FIG Banking

Texas Capital Bank

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Shannon Woods
Shannon Woods

EVP, Head of Internal Audit

Texas Capital Bank

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FAQs

    Why did you choose the specific issue areas for the Texas Capital Bank Foundation Honors Awards?

    The Community Development team performs annual market assessments and identifies the greatest needs in our communities. It is difficult to narrow down, but the decision is data-driven and based on research. 

    How does a nonprofit organization submit for grant funding consideration?

    The grant submission portal for Texas Capital Bank Honors Awards will go live on January 2, 2023 and will be posted on this site and on social media. All qualified submissions will be read and considered.

    The Community Impact Grant process is a different grant program and is by invitation only. Selected nonprofits will be invited to submit a Letter of Inquiry in March. To learn more about the invitation process, contact [email protected]  

    How can a nonprofit qualify for a grant?

    Texas Capital Bank Foundation funds Texas-based nonprofit organizations that provide direct services to low-and-moderate income communities in the markets where the bank operates, under the pillars of Live, Learn, and Lift. All inquiries for grants are read and considered, but not all qualified submissions can be funded. The decisions are always difficult and many factors are used in the decision making process.

    Does Texas Capital Bank Foundation work with independent grant writers?

    No. Texas Capital Bank Foundation has a grant application to be filled out by the designated nonprofit personnel.

    What other forms should I be aware of with the Texas Capital Bank Foundation?

    Mandatory forms we provide to viewers on our page

    • Privacy Policy
    • Form 990 (will be added in Spring 2023)