Texas Capital Bank’s Community Impact Program exists to remove barriers that stand in the way of communities becoming healthy, resilient and prosperous.
Empowering the communities we serve
We envision communities where all families have access to a great quality of life, an education that will prepare them to succeed and the support they need to thrive.
Access to healthcare
Convenient access to nutritious food
Parks & green spaces
Early childhood development
STE(A)M and reading & financial literacy
College & career readiness
Technical & career training
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Transitional & emergency services
Community Impact Grants
Texas Capital Bank takes a relational and holistic approach on grantmaking. Through our charitable grant program, we invest in low-and-moderate income communities under the pillars of Live, Learn and Lift. Our impact grants totaled $1.7 million in 2020, including the Revive Dallas Small Business Relief Fund and Texas Women's Foundation's Resilience Fund.
Grant cycles begin at the first of the year and again in the fall by invitation only. To receive consideration for the next grant cycle, please send a letter of inquiry to [email protected].
Texas Capital Bank invests in low-and-moderate income communities by financing affordable housing, job creation, community revitalization projects and other ventures that empower communities. In 2020, we created over 1,000 new affordable housing units.
Texas Capital Community Development Corporation (TCCDC) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the bank, whose purpose is to lend and invest in economic development for underserved communities.
The Mobile Center provides customizable financial education for all ages, outfitted with the technology-based Financial Instructional Tools (FIT) curriculum. It can also be used as a temporary branch, providing clients with uninterrupted service in the aftermath of natural disasters. In 2020, we created customized, virtual financial literacy curriculum during the global pandemic.
Texas Capital Bank supports several organizations to help provide food, shelter and other immediate needs for people affected by disasters. Our Employee Assistance Fund gives our employees who have been impacted by a disaster assistance to help them recover quickly.
Texas Capital Bank's employees spend an average of 10,000 hours per year volunteering in company-sponsored projects, teaching financial literacy and skills-based volunteering. Impact Teams are committees in each of our offices that coordinate volunteer projects to serve their local community. These teams are completely voluntary and serve as the hands and feet of our volunteer program.