To advance economic growth, we believe every community should have access to quality education, safe and affordable housing, job opportunities, transportation and health care. Alliance Bank of Arizona 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.
Our commitment to growing the not-for-profit base in our markets is an essential value for our banking divisions. Members of the teams actively support local not-for-profit organizations often serving on multiple boards and committees. Our Community Alliance Program, which features competitive banking products, including checking, Money Market and Analysis accounts, reflects this strong commitment.
In addition to strong lending and investment programs, we make charitable contributions to help 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organizations that provide services and support in low- or moderate-income areas. Among other efforts, our banking divisions work with 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
Revitalization or stabilization of low- or moderate-income areas
Cultural and Artistic Enrichment in underserved communities
To apply for financial support or an in-kind donation of goods or services, please send a proposal that includes all the following information:
Purpose of the request
Mission of the organization
Who the organization primarily serves
501 (c)(3) confirmation
All proposals will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Please send the proposal to the following address:
Western Alliance Bank
CRA/Community Development Department
1 East Washington Street, Suite 1400
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Federal Home Loan Grants
Through Western Alliance Bank, Alliance Bank of Arizona has access to the Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLB) community investment grant program. We work with not-for-profits and the FHLB to grant down payment assistance for low-to-moderate income families. Learn more about the grant programs offered by the Federal Home Loan Bank at www.fhlbsf.com.
Individual Development Accounts (IDAs)
Alliance Bank of Arizona offers Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) to help qualified individuals grow their savings to purchase a home, business, or pay for college courses. Account holders pay no fees, and their funds are typically matched by a sponsoring not-for-profit organization.
Alliance Association Bank
Alliance Association Bank, a division of Western Alliance Bank, Member FDIC, delivers a tailored suite of deposit, financing and technology solutions designed for community management companies and homeowner associations nationwide. The bank’s relationship officers provide a broad spectrum of innovative and customized solutions to help community associations succeed, all with a high level of expertise and responsiveness. Part of top-performing Western Alliance Bancorporation, with more than $65 billion in assets, Alliance Association Bank has the reach, resources and deep industry knowledge that make a difference for customers.