Living Our Do Good ValueOne of our company values is Do Good. We encourage civic involvement by offering opportunities to volunteer with or donate to local and national charities. In 2022, we selected United Way of Metropolitan Dallas (United Way) to Do Good and give back to the community. United Way is a social change organization that unites the community to create opportunity and access for all North Texans to thrive, challenging systemic barriers associated with race. Employees can select from various activities to volunteer at each month, virtually or in person, to support the community.
Our employees donated dozens of diapers and wipes for our recent drive benefiting our 2022 corporate charity, United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, exemplifying our company value of Do Good.
United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation
We couldn't be prouder of our employees for supporting the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation as our May charity. Spearheaded by one of our employees whose daughter battled the disease, the funds will go toward a research grant for Kearns-Sayre sydrome, a rare mitochondrial disease.
We recently celebrated "Diversity Days," recognizing our diverse company culture, with a panel of some of our employees who hail from around the world. We shared some of the traditions, languages, customs and skills that have shaped us.
First National Bank Texas and FHLB Dallas Announce $72K to Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity
First National Bank Texas (FNBT) and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas (FHLB Dallas) presented $72,000 to the Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity in a ceremonial check presentation.
Corporate Social Responsibility Report
FHLB Dallas gave back and lived its Do Good value last year in several unique ways. Learn more about how the organization impacted the community in the 2021 Corporate Social Responsibility Report.
Running Affinity Group
Our running affinity group ran for a great cause at the Irving Marathon St. Patrick’s Day 5K and one mile walk to benefit the Irving Schools Foundation.
$10K Grant from Arvest Bank and FHLB Dallas Helps National Guard Veteran
U.S. military veteran Angelia Shaw dedicated 39 years of her life to the National Guard. Her time in the service included spending more than four years at Camp Robinson in North Little Rock, Arkansas, organizing the safe homecoming of injured soldiers.