Triumph Community Bank is an integral part of the community, understanding what our customers face and how we can help. From the greatest moments to the trivial everyday things alike, Triumph Community Bank is there every step of the way. We’re made up of your friends and neighbors. People you know, people you trust, people who value you and the important things in your life.
With community in our hearts we’re committed to serving, supporting and celebrating our community and its people. This spirit is engrained in every person at Triumph, and it’s in the DNA of our entire bank - whether that means sponsoring The Quad Cities Marathon, participating in the East Moline Independence Day parade or handing out a cup of warm cocoa on a frigid day in Chadwick.
Triumph Community Bank proudly supports numerous charities and civic organizations within the communities we serve. In addition to the hundreds of thousands of dollars given back to the community our employees take pride in giving back financially and in the form of and countless volunteer hours.
Examples of volunteerism by our employees include participating in local service organizations and clubs, participating in many festivals and events in our areas, coaching and managing youth sports, and serving on the boards of directors and committees at many area schools, hospitals, community groups, and other organizations.
We also encourage contributions internally by having bimonthly "Casual for a Cause" days. A favorite for the staff as participants "pay up to dress down." Every quarter one branch in each market chooses a local cause to support. The remaining "Casual Fridays" support bank-wide charitable initiatives. All of the proceeds are presented to the non-profit organizations selected.
After all Community is our middle name.
Some upcoming examples of us out and about supporting the community are:
xStream CleanUp | August 8, 2015
Xstream Cleanup is a Quad City-wide annual volunteer cleanup of creeks, drainage ways, and sections of the Mississippi and Rock Rivers. The focus of the cleanup is on water quality and finding ways to make a difference in our community. As we strive to repair and improve our waterways, we've also expanded the types of activities included in the cleanup. Not only do our volunteers tend to litter and illegal dumping, but in the last several years they've taken on other tasks, too, including storm-drain marking, beautification, and removal of invasive species. For more information visit www.xstreamcleanup.org