A strong community starts with strong support.
We have found that being actively involved in our local communities is the best way to develop relationships and strengthen the bond between businesses and neighbors. Many of our executives sit on the Board of Directors of several non-profit organizations. Additionally, employees throughout our company participate in youth financial training programs, food drives, elder abuse awareness programs, and many other worthwhile initiatives.
Employees from the Beverly Hills retail office volunteered their services to sponsor and manage activity booths during Imagine LA's 6th annual Celebration of Family event on Sunday, June 2. The event highlights Imagine LA's mentorship program, which matches families exiting homelessness with volunteer teams.
To learn more visit ImagineLA
CapitalSource Bank is providing an in-kind donation to 15 non-profit organizations in our communities by providing advertising support for each organization’s mission in local newspapers. We are proud to continue building strong partnerships with valuable organizations that deliver vital support to our communities. The advertising campaign will run quarterly in 2013.
CapitalSource Bank employees volunteered with the Junior Achievement Finance Park, mentoring 92 students from John Burroughs High School in real life financial scenarios as they assumed the role of an adult for the day. The volunteers provided “real world” connections as the students made decisions to create a balanced monthly budget and paid their bills electronically.
To learn more visit Junior Achievement of Southern California
The Beverly Hills and West LA retail offices once again participated in the 17th Annual Super-Bowl-a-Thon. CapitalSource Bank was the Perfect Game sponsor of the event which raised money for the Westside Shelter and Hunger Coalition. The agency assists homeless individuals with a variety of services.
To learn more visit Westside Shelter »
The Beverly Hills and West LA offices participated in the 28th year of the Santa Monica Salvation Army Shopping Spree, where over 80 local kids between the ages of 5 and 12 were treated to $100 shopping spree at Sears. This program provides underprivileged kids with needed winter clothing. Volunteer shoppers from the Beverly Hills and West LA offices were on hand to assist the children with picking out needed clothes and shoes.
To learn more visit Santa Monica Salvation Army
Management and employees representing our Arcadia and Pasadena retail offices participated in the annual Back to School distribution event. This annual event provides clothing, shoes and school supplies to approximately 2,000 children, getting them ready for that very important first day of school and setting the stage for a successful school year.
To learn more visit Foothill Unity Center »
The branch manager of our Tustin retail office serves on the Professional Advisory Leadership Council of the Orange County Food Bank. Their efforts benefit the OC Food Bank, Family Resource Centers and Weatherization and Energy Departments to better meet the needs of the hungry and poor in our community.
To learn more visit Community Action Partnership of Orange County »
CapitalSource employees spent a chilly December morning at the Doorways for Women and Families home making it sparkle in time for the holidays. Volunteers deep-cleaned playroom toys as well as the kitchen, unpacked groceries, and installed and stocked shelves for the more than 20 residents.
Over the course of two days, CapitalSource employees built a playground from start to finish for the three-, four- and five-year old students at Takoma Educational Center. One of Washington, D.C.'s theme-based catalyst schools, Takoma Educational Center's theme is the arts; the playground was custom-designed with that in mind. Learn more »
CapitalSource Bank is proud to be a Golden Level Sponsor of the Interfaith Food Center in Whittier. Our donation will help the organization provide food to homeless and needy families in Whittier and La Mirada.
To learn more visit Interfaith Food Center»
Orange County employees of CapitalSource Bank participated in a diaper drive to meet the urgent needs of the Orange County Rescue Mission. The three week campaign resulted in over 3000 diapers being donated to the Mission.
Learn more about the organization Orange County Rescue Mission »
The branch manager of our Redlands location coordinated the creation and dedication of a city mural on the east wall of the retail branch. The mural was painted by a local artist and depicted the University of Redlands. The effort took several months and required partnership with the Downtown Redlands Business Association.
CapitalSource employees helped fulfill the holiday wishes of children at Childhelp's Alice C. Tyler Village in Virginia. Employees shared a wonderful visit with the children and, aided by the company's matching program, donated countless gifts benefiting over 11 of the village's children. Learn more »
To learn more visit Alice C. Tyler Village in Virginia »
A team of 30 employees from the Orange County retail branches participated in the annual Neighborhood Pride Day in Santa Ana. Volunteers gathered together to paint, repair and make other improvements to brighten houses and neighborhoods.
To learn more visit Neighborhood Housing Services of Orange County »
Brea Branch Manager, Jonda Martinez led a recent food drive benefiting the Orange County Rescue Mission. Employees of the Brea retail branch and Operations Center contributed non-perishable food and personal items during the two-week drive.
The OC Rescue Mission is currently assisting over 200 homeless individuals and children. They focus on providing guidance, shelter, job-training skills and independent living communities.
More information is available at Orange County Rescue Mission »
CapitalSource employees hosted their second field day at Childhelp's Alice C. Tyler Village where U.S. Olympian and jump rope training expert Buddy Lee delivered an inspirational sppech. What began as a day to teach children about the fun and health benefits of jump roping developed into a field day of events. Learn more »