Dallas Bankers Lend a Hand to Church Renovation Project

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Dallas Bankers Lend a Hand to Church Renovation Project

A dedicated team of Green Bankers and their families participated in Rebuilding Together – Greater Dallas’ (RT-Dallas) national Fall Volunteer Home Repair Program. Our crew helped renovate a 100-year old church as part of Rebuilding Together’s volunteer campaign to assist low-income communities. The church is located in Dallas’ historic Tenth Street District/Oak Cliff area, one of the oldest communities with many original buildings still standing.

The project was successfully lead by Nancy Cope, RT-Dallas Board Member and vice president of business and private backing, and Garth Edwards, executive vice president and private banking manager. Repair highlights include painting and sprucing up the church’s interior.

This was the third repair project that Green Bank has completed in Dallas in the past two years; our Houston office has also completed several home repair projects. Green Bank is keeping pace with giant corporations across Texas and building better communities.