Changing Lives, One Hand at a Time.
In addition to being committed to impacting our clients, IBTX makes a dedicated commitment to impacting our local communities. We believe being a good neighbor means improving the places our team, and our clients call home. We graciously support our communities by playing an active role in volunteer and relief efforts.
In an effort to support our communities during the COVID-19 crisis, IBTX is supporting providing food and aid to those who need it most alongside Children’s Hunger Fund. Please consider visiting their COVID-19 Relief page and donating in any way you can to help support their networks.
Impact Through Involvement
Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio
Great Futures Start Here
Founded in 1939, the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio is celebrating its 80th year in service to San Antonio. BGCSA is part of a 159-year-old national movement that serves youth through a variety of after-school and summer programs including homework assistance, technology centers, teen centers, career exploration, job assistance, sports and recreation, art classes and leadership development. Originally formed in 1860 in Hartford, CT, by a group of women as a positive alternative to the streets for boys, it became an affiliated organization in 1906 in Boston, MA when 53 clubs joined to become the Federated Boys Club. Having become the Boys Club of America in 1931 and was chartered by the United States Congress in 1956. The national organization officially became the Boys & Girls Clubs of America in 1991.
Children’s Hunger Fund
With the mission of delivering hope to suffering children by equipping local churches for gospel-centered mercy ministry, Children’s Hunger Fund was established in 1991 by president and founder Dave Phillips.
Since then, the CHF has worked in the US and around the world to elevate the local church, equipping and positioning church leaders and volunteers to reach suffering children and families in their communities by delivering food and hope.
More Than A Place
An urban pioneer, responding to the unmet and emerging needs of the homeless and at-risk of Dallas for more than 40 years. At its main location on the corner of Park Avenue and Young Street in downtown Dallas, The Stewpot provides casework assistance and enrichment programs to individuals and families experiencing homelessness, as well as Children & Youth and Family Stabilization programs to at-risk children and their families.
Casas Por Cristo
One Week. One House. Life Change.
Casas por Cristo began building homes along the U.S. / Mexico border in 1993, first in Ciudad Juárez. They have since expanded to Ciudad Acuña, México; San Raymundo, Guatemala; and Santiago, Dominican Republic. To date, Casas has provided over 5,000 families with homes. They are dedicated to meeting the physical need of better housing as a way of also meeting the spiritual need for Jesus Christ.
Helping Restore Ability
Helping Restore Ability was founded as the Arlington Handicapped Association in 1977 by a young man with polio, Sam Provence, and his determined friends. Sam is believed to be the last victim diagnosed with polio in Tarrant County.
As services expanded beyond the city limits, Arlington Handicapped Association was renamed the Handicapped Resource Association in 1988. Beginning in 1999, Arlington Handicapped Association began doing business as Helping Restore Ability, a name that reflects the goals and mission without the implied restrictions of the word ‘handicapped.’ The legal name was changed to “Helping Restore Ability” in 2011.
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