Employee Volunteer Program – Bank Employees for a Stronger Tomorrow (B.E.S.T.)
The B.E.S.T employee volunteer program encourages employees to participate in philanthropic opportunities for the benefit of making our community a better place to live, work and learn. Employees give their time, talent, and resources to various nonprofit organizations by providing financial education and mentoring, participating in walks, food drives and blood drives, and being involved in other community service activities.
Individual Development Accounts (IDAs)
Bank of Nevada 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 nonprofit organization.
Federal Home Loan Grants
Through Western Alliance Bank, Bank of Nevada 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.
Bank of Nevada, a division of Western Alliance Bank, Member FDIC, helps business clients realize their ambitions. Founded in 1994, Bank of Nevada offers a full spectrum of loan, deposit and treasury management capabilities, plus superior service. With 10 offices in Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas and Mesquite, along with Western Alliance Bank’s powerful array of specialized financial services, the banking division is a valued resource for Southern Nevada’s business, real estate, professional, municipal and nonprofit communities. Western Alliance Bank is the primary subsidiary of Phoenix-based Western Alliance Bancorporation. One of the country’s top-performing banking companies, Western Alliance was #1 best-performing of the 50 largest public U.S. banks in the most recent S&P Global Market Intelligence listing and ranks high on the Forbes “Best Banks in America” list year after year.