We work hard to lead by example when it comes to supporting our communities. That’s why our many talented employees commit their time and expertise, often serving in leadership roles, to a wide range of charitable and civic organizations throughout Southern Nevada.
Our proactive and consistent contributions – in terms of grants, donations and volunteers – to support education, financial literacy, affordable housing, economic development and human services reflect our local roots and our commitment to building a better Nevada for generations to come.
Community Reinvestment Act
To advance economic growth, we believe every community should have access to quality education, safe and affordable housing, job opportunities, transportation and health care. Bank of Nevada takes great pride in our proactive and consistent lending and investments, grants and donations to underserved communities, low- and moderate-income individuals, and the nonprofits that serve them.
Through community development loans, Bank of Nevada works to provide greater access to the capital that local businesses and municipalities need to create healthy and thriving communities, while delivering comprehensive and sound financial solutions that meet municipal obligations to protect taxpayers.
From financing affordable housing and creating industrial parks to expanding medical services and renovating schools, we encourage civic and business leaders to join us in promoting meaningful revitalization and economic development throughout Southern Nevada.
Beginning in the 2017-2018 school year, Bank of Nevada worked with EverFi to launch the Bank of Nevada Financial Cents Program, which provides financial literacy lessons to several Southern Nevada Title 1 schools at no cost to the students or schools.
Since 2003, Bank of Nevada has strongly supported the Junior Achievement program in Southern Nevada which provides students with curriculum about their roles in the workplace, as well as key life skills such as personal finance management.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) curriculum for children is key to economic growth in Nevada. As John Guedry was seeking ways to help the education sector in Las Vegas, he found an organization called STEM 101.