Bank of Nevada is highly committed to reinvest in the communities where we do business to ensure a brighter future for everyone. We strive both as a company and as individuals to improve the quality of life for area residents and business people. Bank of Nevada is committed to helping serve the banking and credit needs of its entire community, including low- and moderate-income individuals. This is achieved through grants and initiatives, affordable housing, community development lending, investments, and our employee volunteer program.
Grants and Initiatives
Providing assistance to not for profit organizations
Bank of Nevada is actively involved with not for profit organizations in Southern Nevada, including Boys and Girls Clubs of Las Vegas, HELP of Southern Nevada, Center for Independent Living, Henderson Allied Community Advocates, the Las Vegas Indian Center, Neighborhood Housing Services of Southern Nevada, Nevada Microenterprise Initiative (NMI), and the Nevada Minority Business Council. The Bank of Nevada Community Development Manager and several senior executives participate either as a board or committee member of these organizations, and lends support in other ways to many other not for profits.
To apply for a Bank of Nevada grant, please complete a Bank of Nevada Grant Application Form. Submissions may be declined based on incomplete or unsigned packets. Upon receipt of your completed packet, please allow 45 days for review.
Send Complete Proposal to:
Western Alliance Bank
2901 N Central Ave. #100
Phoenix, Arizona 85012
Federal Home Loan Grants
Western Alliance Bank is a member of the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco, and through this partnership helps the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco carry out grant programs that help very low- to moderate-income families and individuals become homeowners. These grants include the Affordable Housing Program for renters; the Access to Housing and Economic Assistance for Development (AHEAD) program for renters, buyers and community development projects; the Individual Development and Empowerment Account (IDEA) program for buyers; and the Workforce Initiative Subsidy for Homeownership (WISH) program for buyers.
Bank of Nevada's Charitable Contributions Programs supports 501(c)(3) not for profit organizations that provide services and support in the low or moderate income areas.
Bank of Nevada is dedicated to providing support and assistance to our community. The primary focus of our Charitable Contributions program is directed to 501(c)(3) not for profit organizations that provide services and support in the low or moderate income areas. Bank of Nevada primarily focuses on organizations and programs that provide:
- Affordable Housing for low- or moderate-income individuals
- Community services targeted to low- or moderate-income individuals
- Education for low-income and at-risk students
- Economic Development
- Revitalization or stabilization of low- or moderate-income areas
- Cultural and Artistic Enrichment in underserved communities
- Human Services
Proposals that do not support our primary focus will be reviewed on a case by case basis.
Community Development Lending
Our Community Devleopment Lending efforts assist for profit and not for profit developers of multifamily affordable housing. Through competitively priced products such as our construction to permanent loan product and letter of credit enhancement products, Community Development Lending helps to ensure that developers have a vehicle to produce affordable rental housing with sustained long term affordability in and throughout the neighborhoods and communities where we do business.
Employee Volunteer Program - Bank Employees for a Stronger Tomorrow (B.E.S.T.)
The B.E.S.T employee volunteer program was created to encourage employees to participate in philanthropic opportunities for the benefit of making our community a better place to live, work and learn. Employees have given their time, talent, and resources to various not for profit organizations by providing financial education and mentoring, participating in walks, food drives and blood drives, and being involved in other community service activities.
Information provided on the pages represents current and past programs offered by Bank of Nevada. These programs may be changed or withdrawn without notice. For more information and qualification guidelines, please contact the Community Development Manager.