A Financial Institutions Path to Social Change

The Dallas Women’s Foundation had a new sponsor for its 32nd Annual Luncheon. NexBank SSB donated $100,000 to the foundation, which helped support the annual luncheon and the foundation’s initiative to invest in women and young girls.

Founded in 1985, The Dallas Women’s Foundation has empowered women and young girls for more than thirty years by addressing the unique issues and challenges that females face. All the money that the foundation raises goes towards research, advocacy, grants and their annual luncheons. NexBank’s donation is one of the few ways the bank gives back to its community.

NexBank is a regional bank that provides financial services to financial institutions, corporations, and individuals all over the U.S. The bank services clients in three major areas: Commercial Banking, Mortgage Banking, and Institutional Services.

To date, the company has 7.6 billion in assets. It is the fourth largest bank in Dallas and the tenth largest bank in Texas. NetBank has a positive online presence, glowing reviews, and a positive outlook. In between clients and banking, they find the time to put their resources back into their community to help those around them flourish. In addition to their sponsorship of the Dallas Women’s Foundation, NexBank also:


  • Provides accommodative housing and consumer loans for over 2,200 Veterans in Texas
  • Provides housing loans for low to moderate-income families in North Texas
  • Sponsors financial literacy courses at public schools in low to moderate-income neighborhoods in Dallas County
  • Provides a $2 million line of credit to the Community Fund for commercial real estate projects that will help low-income families

NexBank is a shining example of how a business maintains its success. Their unprecedented commitment to professionalism, a high standard of care, and duty to the community helped them become a leader in financial services. It seems that NexBank takes a bigger stride each year and with such a positive outlook, it may not be long before it takes the lead in the financial industry.

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