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  • Snapshot of Service
  • Snapshot of service

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    In 2017, Broadway Bank employees donated 13,829 hours to various non-profit organizations in San Antonio, Austin and the surrounding communities, an equivalency of $333,832.06*. Care Corps volunteers supported 189 charitable projects in addition to the projects they support individually. In 2017, Broadway Bank corporate contributions were $796,007.91through approximately 625 separate donations to 420 local community organizations.

    *Based on $24.14 dollar value using

  • Traditions That Matter
  • Traditions that matter

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    Broadway Bank Traditions, The Eater Basket Drive and the United Way Drive

    Easter Basket Drive— donated and delivered 733 baskets to more than 20 non-profit organizations and schools.

    United Way Capital Campaign— employees donated $301,618.98 boosted by a bank contribution of $113,381.02 for a total of $415,000 raised for local programs.

  • Education and Mentoring
  • Education and Mentoring

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    Broadway Bankers and their children at a Care Corps Event
    • Broadway Bank Annual Scholarship—aawarded $2,500 to four high school graduates
    • Stuff The Bus partnership with Communities In Schools of San Antonio and The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce— collected school supplies and monetary donations for local children with an estimated value in cash and in-kind of $23,500.40
    • San Antonio Youth Literacy Reading Buddy Program— worked with students to improve their reading levels
    • Junior Achievement— coached students on developing a budget
    • Big Brothers Big Sisters— mentored at-risk youth one-on-one
    • Serna Elementary— Mentoring partnership at the school
    • Habitat for Humanity— Bi-monthly money smart home construction project and financial education courses for new homebuyers
    • Lanier and Southwest High Schools— implemented mPOWER financial education with students, empowering them to tackle important money management decisions
  • Health and Social
  • Health and social

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  • Nourishing the Hungry
  • Nourishing the Hungry

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    Broadway Bank Care Corps volunteering at the San Antonio Food Shelter and Food Bank
    • Society of St. Vincent de Paul at Haven for Hope— served thousands of dinners to the homeless throughout the year
    • Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive— employees donated food and funds to provide 131 families with a holiday dinner
    • San Antonio Food Bank— adopted a Grocery Rescue Truck which rescues food from being discarded by food businesses and re-distributes it to families in need through its partner agency network.
    • Snack Pak 4 Kids San Antonio— hosted annual peanut butter drive, worked at monthly stocking and packing nights and distributed weekly Snack Paks to classrooms and children’s homes
  • A Message From Our Chairman
  • A message from our Chairman

    Charlie Cheever Jr, David Bohne and Jim Goudge

    Many of our neighbors in Texas experienced devastation and destruction in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey last fall. At this time of need, our Broadway Bank Care Corps, a ready-made Army of volunteers, stepped in to help. Whether an emergency or an annual tradition, our team of volunteers organizes and comes together to make a difference in the communities where we live and work.

    It is a privilege to support the organizations that work tirelessly every day to help strengthen our families. Thank you for joining with us as we build up our communities.

    With gratitude,
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    James D. Goudge, Chairman

Broadway Bank Care Corp Volunteers Loading Thanksgiving Food Baskets into the Broadway Bank Bus
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