Fulfilling our mission through care and community service.
Fulfilling our mission through care and community service.
Our Philanthropic Commitment
Since 1961, NDBT has provided excellent customer service to our customers, shareholders, and communities. Through charitable giving, volunteerism efforts, and community investment, our goal is to understand and meet the needs of the members our community.
We are committed to dedicating the time and resources needed to make a meaningful impact in the communities we serve. Our overall community enrichment initiatives include Financial Education, Human Services, and Community Reinvestment efforts such as economic development, affordable housing, small business growth and education.
Why NDBT Cares
In 2019 NDBT created an employee led initiative designed to elevate the community service aspect of our Mission Statement. Our team of dedicated employees help tell the collective story of the impact made in our communities.
NDBT is honored to support our community organizations with a variety of meaningful endeavors, such as providing financial literacy, supplying food and school supplies for needy families, raising awareness on the prevention of child abuse and neglect, annually awarding two local High School Seniors through our James W Tyra Scholarship Program to assist with the cost of college tuition, and investing in a South Dallas initiative to extend financial services in that community.
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Meet Our Non-Profit Partners
Cristo Rey Dallas
Cristo Rey Dallas is a Catholic, College Prep high school committed to academic excellence for students of all faiths. As part of their Corporate Work Study Program, students work in a professional setting one day a week, actively contributing to the culture of Dallas’ most successful companies.
Adriana Pena is NDBT’s Cristo Rey sponsor.
Ethos Education Group
Ethos Education Group (Ethos) is a non-profit organization who provides a character development platform called Ethos Pedagogy. The Ethos Pedagogy offers tools and resources that engage, motivate, and inspire children and youth as they grow from childhood into adulthood.
Ralph Thompson is NDBT’s Ethos Education Group sponsor.
Family Compass’ mission is to build healthy families and a strong North Texas community by preventing child abuse and neglect.
The organization accomplishes its mission through two Home Mentoring programs and a Community Education and Outreach program for families that have elevated risk for child abuse.
Toni McReynolds is NDBT’s Family Compass sponsor.
The mission of Family Gateway is to provide stability and life-changing supportive services to children and families affected by homelessness.
The organization’s core values include empowering families to transform their lives and achieve self-sufficiency; engaging children in opportunities to learn and grow so they can create a new family legacy; and acting with respect and compassion in all they do.
Sam Gunn is NDBT’s Family Gateway sponsor.
Frisco Family Services
Frisco Family Services is an organization that helps members of the Frisco and Frisco ISD communities who are facing hunger, homelessness and other urgent needs improve their quality of life and achieve self-sufficiency.
Billy Martin and Kathy Selvidge are NDBT’s Frisco Family Services sponsors.
Hope Supply Company
Hope Supply Co. provides diapers, and other essentials, to social service organizations in North Texas, including homeless shelters, domestic violence shelters, transitional housing, etc.. They currently have a network of 50 partner agencies, ensuring that our items are given directly to the families and children that need them the most.
Lisa Rushing is NDBT’s Hope Supply Company sponsor.
The Human Impact
The Human Impact is helping Dallas’ homeless in a remarkably simple way. It is through the oldest means of helping others, of loving them. It’s through friendship.
Lisa Rushing is NDBT’s The Human Impact sponsor.
Irving Cares provides focused assistance for Irving residents to address a financial crisis. The organization’s programs provide help with food, rent, utilities, prescriptions, education, referrals and job-seeking services.
Michelle Mercado is NDBT’s Irving Cares sponsor.
Jewish Family Service of Dallas
Jewish Family Service of Greater Dallas is a nonsectarian mental health and social services agency that impacted over 39,000 lives last year. For more than 70 years, JFS has welcomed anyone through their doors regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, or the ability to pay.
Philip James and Lisa Rushing are NDBT’s Jewish Family Service of Dallas sponsors.
Living for Zachary
Living for Zachary’s mission is to raise awareness and prevent sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) in youth. The organization was founded in honor of Zachary Schrah, who was only 16 years old when he collapsed without warning during a high school football practice in Plano on April 2, 2009.
Ralph Thompson is NDBT’s Living for Zachary sponsor.
Make-A-Wish North Texas
Tens of thousands of volunteers, donors and supporters advance the Make-A-Wish® vision to grant the wish of every child diagnosed with a critical illness. In the U.S. and its territories, a wish is granted every 34 minutes. A wish can be that spark that helps these children believe that anything is possible and gives them the strength to fight harder against their illnesses. This one belief guides us and inspires us to grant wishes that change the lives of the kids we serve.
Lisa Rushing is NDBT’s Make-A-Wish® sponsor
Metrocrest Services specializes in helping individuals, families, and seniors who are going through a crisis situation stabilize their lives for a brighter future. They offer a wide range of services including emergency financial assistance, financial coaching and education, a food pantry, employment coaching and job readiness, senior services to help seniors age in place, and seasonal programs focused on children including holiday gifts and food for the summer.
Jay Henry and Megly Wester are NDBT’s Metrocrest Services sponsors.