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Impacting Business Through Social Responsibility

February 26, 2018|By Angelica Palm, Marketing Director

We believe in the value of strong, authentic corporate citizenship and the positive impact it can have on San Antonio. Social responsibility is an integral part of our foundational values because we believe in serving our community and helping San Antonio grow for generations to come. Time and again, I’ve seen our team tirelessly volunteer to help our clients and others. It’s invaluable to have businesses not only serve the community, but also to invest in a variety of areas as our city grows. Our momentum in San Antonio is growing and we are enthused to embrace and empower the future.

Empowering others to achieve their mission is not only fruitful, it is instrumental in continuing our culture of growth in our employees. According to a survey by Deloitte, 70% of millennials said that a company’s commitment to the community is an influence on their decision to work there. Our culture at The Bank of San Antonio is heightened by the generosity and passion to help others, which stems across all our departments and disciplines.

Social responsibility can come in different forms — leading a nonprofit, volunteering in the community or providing support to local charities and educational initiatives. Our community relations are one of the many reasons why I am proud to be a part of The Bank of San Antonio team.

Announcing: First Annual Philanthropitch San Antonio

Philanthropitch is a social impact fast-pitch competition that enables innovative nonprofits to scale sustainable funding models. Since its founding in 2015, this event has awarded more than half a million dollars to empower nonprofits to expand their impact. It will make its San Antonio debut on February 27th. Among the 40 San Antonio area nonprofits that applied; these are the seven finalists that will pitch for human and financial capital, mentoring, volunteers and more:

  1. Youth Code Jam
  2. Hemisfair Conservancy
  3. Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas
  5. Reasoning Mind
  6. Restore Education
  7. MOVE San Antonio

Notley Co-Founder Lisa Graham and The Bank of San Antonio Chairman J. Bruce Bugg Jr. will be hosting this live, audience participation event. Funding will be awarded to the best pitches by a panel of judges made of successful philanthropists and entrepreneurs. We are proud to be a partner for this inaugural event, and we hope to see you there.

Buy your tickets to Philanthropitch, taking place on February 27th at the Tobin Center here.