Philanthropy | Triumph Bancorp, Inc.

At Triumph, we focus on doing well while doing good. Our philanthropic vision is focused in four areas: training leaders, establishing viable communities, serving the less fortunate, and giving people a second chance. We support these initiatives at home and around the world. We partner with entrepreneurs who share our philanthropic priorities, have a history of effective assistance programs, and are experts in their field of service. This allows us to do the most good in the areas of the greatest need.

Training Future Leaders


Triumph provides financial assistance to African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries (ALARM), a hands-on educational program that positions leaders in Uganda who are trained to steer their war-ravaged nation from hopeless destitution toward healing and a safe, promising future.

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Establishing Viable Communities

Living Water International

Unclean drinking water kills over 2 million people each year. To combat these deadly statistics, Triumph contributes to Living Water International, which drills water wells in the World’s poorest communities. Triumph has even sent teams of its team members to El Salvador to participate in Living Water well drilling opportunities. Safe water stops thousands of preventable diseases and significantly increases the health of the community in a matter of weeks.

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Behind Every Door

We assist Behind Every Door, a results-focused program that has seen crime decrease, apartment turnover rates reduced, and an increased sense of community for residents of low-income apartments in Dallas.

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Serving the Less Fortunate

International Justice Mission

International Justice Mission gives victims of oppression and abuse access to public justice systems that had previously not been available to them. On-the-ground efforts are currently taking place in Cambodia, the Philippines, Thailand, India, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Zambia, Bolivia, Guatemala, Ecuador, and Peru.

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Triumph participates in 2ndSaturday, an urban refurbishment program in which thousands of individual volunteers work together to renovate, landscape, and clean up unsightly and unsafe areas of the inner city. 2ndSaturday also employs at-risk men from the communities it serves in an effort to get them back on their feet.

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Giving People a Second Chance

Prison Entrepreneurship Program

We practice grace and mercy through our partnership with Prison Entrepreneurship Program. Its education and mentoring program has resulted in a return-to-prison rate of less that 5%, employment rate of 100% within 90 days, and over 100 businesses launched by previous inmates.

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