Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG)
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Truth in Texas Banking
The Veritex Bank culture embodies community spirit. We do more than provide financial backing for growing businesses. Our team rolls up their sleeves and takes the time to participate in the lives of our neighbors.
From volunteering at food pantries, to teaching financial literacy programs or donating supplies to create goodie bags for cancer patients, our team leads with their hearts. We strive to make a social impact because it's the right thing to do for our fellow Texans.
To be mindful about our community also means to be thoughtful on our legacy. Whether it's the legacy of the banking industry or the legacy of the environment, our intention is to make things better for the future. The Executive team has made great strides to increase diversity in our leadership, invest in college banking programs and ensure the summer internship programs are truly providing a memorable experience.
Our goal in Texas banking is being both a leader and a servant. We listen to our community, we participate and we reflect the word that defines us, TRUTH.
Community Development Corporation
The Women's Resource
East Harris County Empowerment
North Texas Food Bank
A few of our branches pitched in to collect toys and bikes for kids in need for the Christmas season. Thank you LVTRise for partnering with us for this wonderful cause!
So grateful to have been a part of the HEB Feast of Sharing event! Along with North Texas Food Bank, HEB, Central Market and lots of volunteers, we were able to distribute food for 2,000 families.
We are excited to share with you a story of gratitude, empathy, and what it truly means to be ingrained in your community. This week LaVonda has a great conversation with Daron Babcock, Executive Director of Bonton Farms . If you have 26 minutes, we hope you spend it with us and learn more about this South Dallas organization who is providing resources to members of their community looking for a second chance and someone who believes in them. Listen here, http://ow.ly/ZcXu50GUK68
We are so grateful for how big of an impact was made on many of the local cancer patients and their families in October. Thank you to everyone who helped out in some way!
Congratulations, Gregory Morrison! Gregory Morrison has been selected as the Most Influential Black Corporate Directors!
We had the opportunity to volunteer with Star of Hope! Star of Hope is a Christ-centered community supporting Houston’s homeless men, women and children. They encourage positive life changes through programs in spiritual growth, education, employment, life management and substance abuse recovery.
Veritex Community Bank & ESPN radio partner for 12 Days of Giving. Veritex Bank sponsors the first day of giving benefitting the Star of Hope Houston. In one day over $5000 was raised for the organization, click here to read more.
Thank you to all the ladies who attended our Women in Business networking group! Special thanks to the Hive Collective and Getaway Stics for hosting. It was an insightful evening learning more about our community partner Houston Area Women's Center and the services they provide to Houston communities. To join us at the next WIB event in Dallas or Houston, visit our website http://ow.ly/Lj8f50H2ma5
We hosted our Credit 101 Financial Literacy Workshop!
Some of our Houston bankers volunteered with community partner, Target Hunger to help prepare for their Thanksgiving distribution. Over 800 families received Thanksgiving meals from the organization.
Veritex Bank partnered with East Harris County Empowerment Council and Galena Park ISD for the 10th Annual Hope for the Holidays. It was Veritex’s 3rd year to sponsor the event and help provide Thanksgiving Dinners to 105 deserving families in the school district. Courtney Taylor, Community Development Officer and Sharonda Williams, Treasury Sales Officer are pictured with Terence Narcisse, CEO of East Harris County Empowerment Council and staff.
We are so thankful to those who have served in the military. On this Veterans Day Team Veritex came together for a suit drive benefiting our community partner, Career Gear Houston, an amazing organization who empowers veterans and men joining the workforce who are in need of career coaching and suits. Thank you to the employees and customers who made donations.
On Friday, October 15th, Veritex bankers volunteered with the community partner, Kids Meals. Kids’ Meals delivers free, healthy meals, year-round, Monday-Friday to the homes of children age 5 or under who live within our 42 delivery zip codes.
Our first #WomenInBusiness Houston (WIBH) networking event kicked off. Thank you to everyone who attended and we look forward to our next event. Special thank you to our community spotlight The Women's Fund.
We held our last event of the year for Veritex Community Bank’s Park Cities/North Dallas Women in Business. Thank you to our host, Sarah Thomas with Sarah Jones Custom Clothing/Status Design, for opening your beautiful home to our wonderful ladies. Your designs are beautiful and one of a kind. And thank you to Cheryl Hood with Victory Flows for coming in as our Charity Spotlight and sharing your organization with us.
college banking programs
The future of our industry is important to us, that's why we invest in Texas college banking programs with the intention to help shape the financial landscape with compassionate and knowledgeable leaders.
Our investment is more than monetary. Each year we consider candidates from each banking program to intern at Veritex Community Bank. Our internships are paid with a dedicated mentor to guide them through the program.
If you would like to learn more about our internship programs please contact our Internship and Learning and Development Director, Garth Edwards at (972) 528-6771.
We look forward to growing Team Veritex!
Women in business program
In January 2007, Veritex Bank created a community outreach program to provide a peer network for professional women in the Lakewood area. In 2008, Veritex added a Park Cities/North Dallas program. In October 2021, we launched the WIB program in the Greater Houston area with the goal to continue connecting with women-owned businesses and expanding the network of community leaders. There is no cost to join, as Veritex Community Bank underwrites these programs as part of its service to the community.