Helping Those Who Help Others

TFNB Your Bank For Life partnering with Central Texas Nonprofit Organizations to better the community.

About Charity Champions

Charity Champions are nonprofit organizations chosen by TFNB Your Bank For Life employees after being nominated by the community. Recipients get an awareness marketing campaign and leadership training at no charge to the nonprofit.

The awareness campaign begins with a radio interview by the voice of the Baylor Bears, John Morris, and an on-field presentation at McLane Stadium in front of thousands of Central Texans during a Baylor football game. It continues with recognition at Baylor basketball games and a feature on the Charity Champions Podcast.

After football season ends, 360 Solutions brings Charity Champions recipients together for world-class leadership development training during the first and second quarters of every year.  Learn more.

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Executive Directors meet for first 360 Group

Executive Directors from the 30 Charity Champions winners gathered together for the kickoff of 360 Groups. Every January through May, 360 Solutions and TFNB Your Bank For Life provide leadership development training sessions for all of our Charity Champions winners. 360 Groups are smaller teams of Executive Directors that work together to help each other.

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EP 18: Gameday Special

Happy Thanksgiving week, everyone! This is Randy Lane with a special edition of the Charity Champions podcast. We’re going to play two interviews from last week’s Baylor game.  First, we’ll hear Sheree Corn’s interview with the voice of the bears, John Morris. She’s in charge of community outreach at Pack of Hope. She’ll explain how

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Our Sixth Champion: McLennan County Pack of Hope

Randy sits down with Co-Founders of McLennan County Pack of Hope Jane Bounds and Cliff Reece. Pack of Hope helps food insecure children in McLennan County by sending them home from school over the weekend with a pack of nutritious food. While they’re currently packing up meals for over a thousands kids each week, more

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