Orphanos Foundation’s Annual Golf Fundraiser was held Monday, May 11th at Spring Creek Ranch. First Alliance Bank was there to show support along with our friends.
Friday, March 20th, The Oakland Chamber’s Annual Denim & Diamonds Gala was a chance to celebrate the Oakland Community. The sold-out event, held at the Carahills II, was a Who’s Who of Oakland and Fayette County.
Several of our young customers and guests visited the Great Pumpkin during the month of October. Each received a treat for being such excellent savers!
On Saturday, September 13th, eleven members of First Alliance Bank and their families, participated in the Fayette Cares Cotton Pickin’ 5k with very pleasant fall weather. The non-profit organization works with more than 1600 people annually to help end homelessness, break the cycle of domestic violence and empower families in economic crisis to achieve financial stability.
First Alliance Bank was privileged to have the opportunity to assist Tri Delta Place with dinner service to provide nourishment to St Jude families after a long, hard day. Tri Delta Place is a home for families receiving treatment at St Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
For the 4th year in a row, First Alliance Bank assisted The University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law in organizing the Orientation Vendor Fair. This year we welcomed the incoming Class of 2017! This event provides a chance for new students to sample a variety of Downtown businesses. From restaurants to doctors, gyms to hair salons, Redbirds to The Orpheum, students are able to see what the area has to offer.
First Alliance Bank collected toy donations during the months of April and May to benefit LeBonheur Children's Hospital's Bunny Lane. This hallway is traveled by every child going to surgery, and here, each boy and girl is allowed to pick out a toy which accompanies them into surgery and recovery.
First Alliance bank welcomed prospective students and their families on Saturday, April 12th to tour the University of Memphis’ Cecil C. Humphrey’s School of Law during their Open House event. Guests visited with over 25 different vendors sampling the variety of activities, amenities and food that Downtown Memphis has to offer.
First Alliance Bank helped sponsor the Denim & Diamonds Gala hosted by the Oakland Regional Chamber of Commerce. It was an incredible night celebrating Oakland! Proceeds from ticket sales and the silent auction will go to promote and support continued economic and community development and to encourage visionary leadership and partnerships with organizations for the betterment of Oakland and Fayette County.
First Alliance Bank participated with nearly 15,000 people on Saturday, October 26th for the 21st Annual Memphis-Midsouth Affiliate of Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure 5k. Formerly held at The Shops of Saddle Creek in Germantown, the organization opted for a larger venue and kicked off from Collierville's Carriage Crossing. Since their inception in 1992, Komen Memphis-MidSouth has raised over $8 million in its mission to eradicate breast cancer through education, screening and treatment in our community, with an additional $2 million invested in research via Susan G. Komen for the Cure®.
First Alliance Bank Team members also created Breast Cancer Awareness T-shirts, available for purchase at each of our branch locations with $5 from every shirt sold being donated to the race.
On July 20th, more than 14,000 Redbirds fans packed the seats at AutoZone Park as First Alliance Bank representatives presented the Emmanuel Episcopal Center with a donation of $1000.
Each year during the Christmas season employees of First Alliance Bank adopt a family from the Emanuel Center, located in Downtown Memphis. The Center's program is very successful in helping single mothers and their children all year round. But, during the holiday season Operation Joy helps make sure the children have a wonderful Christmas. This year First Alliance Bank helped brighten the lives of a mother with 3 children, two boys and a girl, by providing needed warm clothing and some special gifts from their wish list.
It was all treats and lots of fun for our younger customers and guests as they visited with the Great Pumpkin during FAB's fall celebration. Each child received a treat bag to color in their own favorite style, and treats to put in the bag.
The YMCA Soccer Team for girls and boys aged 5 - 7 was sponsored by First Alliance Bank.
Saturday, September 8, 2012, First Alliance Bank had 13 team members participate in the Fayette Cares Cotton Pickin' 5K run/walk. Many more employees, family members, customers and friends did their part by donating a total of $541 to Fayette Cares in support of the FAB Team and the families that receive assistance from Fayette Cares. Countless thanks go out to everyone for caring enough to donate and/or participate in this very worthwhile event.
On Saturday, August 25th, several First Alliance Bank employees, family, and friends participated in the 13th Annual Meritan Midnight Classic Bike Tour. This annual event helps raise money to assist foster families who care for children with special needs, job retraining for seniors, training for people who are visually impaired, support for those with developmental disabilities, and skilled nursing & physical/occupational therapy. The 17 mile bicycle tour includes East Memphis, Central Gardens and Midtown.
On Wednesday, August 15th, First Alliance Bank helped the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphrey's School of Law welcome the incoming class of law students. The Orientation Vendor Fair, which the bank helps organize, brings together vendors from the Downtown area including restaurants, doctors, veterinarians, salons, gyms and more!
On Monday, July 30, 2012, the Mid-South Food Bank's President & CEO Estella Mayhue-Greer presented First Alliance Bank with a plaque of appreciation for its recent participation in Operation Feed. The Bank employees, customers, and friends have donated needed items to the Mid-South Food Bank on several previous occasions, as well. First Alliance Bank will continue to support the needs of the community through the Mid-south Food Bank and other dedicated community services whenever possible. Many thanks to all of you who contributed to Operation Feed!
This holiday season First Alliance Bank again participated in The Emmanuel Centers Angel Tree program with the adoption of a small family of a single mother and two young children. The family visited the Uptown Branch where they received the many gifts generously donated by the bank's employees. The Uptown Bank staff was delighted to witness the elation and heartfelt gratitude expressed by the family. Sharing the joy and excitement of the holiday season with families like this mother and children is why First Alliance Bank continues to participate in this commendable event year after year.
Struggling Tennessee Homeowners Receive Assistance
January 10, 2011-Tennessee homeowners who are struggling to meet mortgage payments may now receive help through a new federal program - the Hardest Hit Fund - that provides forgivable loans to eligible homeowners.
The Hardest Hit Fund Program consists of $191 million designated to provide forgivable loans of up to $20,000 to Tennessee homeowners who are unemployed or underemployed, through no fault of their own, and are struggling to make their mortgage payments. This is a federal program through the U.S. Treasury administered in Tennessee by Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA).
Additional information can be found in the attached document . If you have additional questions or to apply, call NeighborWorks Alliance of Tennessee at 888-588-9129.
First Alliance Bank Customers and Employees Rally to Support Our Troops
June 25, 2011--Donations received at each of the four First Alliance Bank offices from generous members of the community and Bank employees were overwhelming.
Each of the local men and women of the 164th Air Force Reserve Military Police Unit stationed in Afghanistan will receive their own personal box of goodies including snacks, books, games, hand-written letters from children and colored pictures. While many of these items are available at any neighborhood convenience store, those deployed to help protect us and those in other countries don't have these simple comforts. The boxes are being mailed this week in hopes of delivery by the 4th of July.
Thank you again. Your generous contributions will be appreciated and treasured by the sons and daughters, sisters and brothers, mothers, fathers, and friends living so far away from home.