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BANC Foundation Community Service
The whole point of a community is that everyone matters.
With more than 30 locations throughout Southern California, we serve rural, suburban and urban communities. And what they need matters to us.
We help communities by providing resources… financial and human.
But we’re also there for populations that need more than financing. We support social services organizations dedicated to feeding the hungry, providing financial literacy and career training programs and supporting community services and social programs.
And what we’re most proud of is that our employees are actively engaged in many community service projects, as hands-on volunteers.
Because the well-being of our communities matters to them.
We and our partners are committed to providing hands-on help as well as economic assistance.
Banc of California is working with Food Finders to provide over 300,000 meals to our most vulnerable neighbors across Southern California. For the last four years, we have partnered with Food Finders to connect donated perishable food to hundreds of nonprofit pantries and local agencies. We ask you to join us in supporting our community during this critical time.LEARN MORE
Banc of California has been a proud supporter of JVS (Jobs. Vision. Success.) for over five years, hiring graduates from the award-winning JVS BankWork$® career training program. Since their founding in 2006, the JVSWorks® career training programs have graduated nearly 2,000 participants and placed 76% of graduates in entry-level jobs in the growing banking, healthcare and apartment industries.LEARN MORE
Through corporate donations, Banc of California is able to support La Jolla Music Society’s education programs, which bring unmatched access to music and learning opportunities to more than 11,000 student and community members each year throughout San Diego communities.LEARN MORE
Chicano Federation of San Diego County impacts families across ethnic, geographic and socio-economic demographics. Many of the families we are able to help are refugees who have come to this country to make a safe and stable environment for their children to learn and grow.LEARN MORE
Banc of California supports that vision and innovative programs through a collaborative partnership that allows Bridge Builders to continue having a positive impact in the community, especially through its dynamic and acclaimed mentoring program. The Bank also provides corporate financial support.LEARN MORE
Banc of California believes there are youth in all corners of Orange County who can be our leaders of tomorrow—in their communities, homes and places of business. By taking an active role in mentoring youth and supporting Big Brothers Big Sisters, we show kids and their families that we care about them and are willing to have a role in helping to create, strive for and reach new goals and horizons.LEARN MORE
OASIS Center International is a community development organization that works in partnership with public and private groups to bring the arts into the lives of disadvantaged youth in Orange County.
Located in Santa Ana, California, OASIS focuses their resources on under-resourced youth in low-to moderate-income Orange County communities.
By offering positive experiences, character-building activities and lifelong memories, the Boys and Girls Club encourages children in the community to succeed in school, in life and to achieve their greatest potential. Every child has access to help with homework, physicalhealth education and academic enrichment programs.LEARN MORE
RaiseAChild recruits, educates and encourages supportive relationships with all prospective foster and adoptive parents in Southern California. The organization works with agencies nationwide to improve the process of bringing foster children to safe, loving homes.LEARN MORE
Camp George is a summertime family sleep-away camp in Simi Valley, California, that welcomes children ages seven to seventeen with Tourette Syndrome, as well as their parents or guardians.
Sponsored by the TAA SoCal, Camp George is part of the ongoing effort to bring the community together through education, advocacy and the creation and sponsorship of events.LEARN MORE
“As a former banking executive, I am privileged to work with Banc of California and the financial services community to provide free career training and placement to highly motivated individuals in our communities who simply lack resources and access to opportunity.”
JVS SoCal, Chief Strategy Officer
We’re proud to be partners in performing community service
We’re committed to helping support the important work they do in providing assistance to those who need it most.
With over 300 member organizations across California that provide services to low-income communities and communities of color, CRC works to advance a fair and inclusive economy. It advocates for bank and corporate investment, lending and financial services that expand access to affordable housing. small business ownership, good jobs and other resources that build household and community wealth.
Banc of California has partnered with the Los Angeles Fire Department Foundation to help make our society and community better by adopting fire stations and providing them the equipment they need to function on a day-to-day basis. Banc of California is involved in providing volunteer hours, making a more efficient banking experience for the Foundation and serving on their board to have an impact on daily lives and the needs of firefighters