TGB has been building relationships within our local communities since opening our first branch in Freeport, TX in 1913. Furthering our commitment to the communities we serve, TGB is excited to announce our new Community Portal.
Check in with us often at the TGB Community Portal for posts and articles about events, helpful websites and other community information.
What sort of community information will you find on our Community Portal?
We hope you find the portal posts to be useful when looking for information about Texas Gulf Bank or about any of the local communities we serve.
- Upcoming local events.
- Cultural and sporting event information.
- Interesting historical information.
- Facts and figures.
- Helpful local websites.
- Announcements and news direct from Texas Gulf Bank
- Information about the banking products and services offered by Texas Gulf Bank.
|Click the image to link to our community portal.|
As a long-standing business of the Texas Gulf Coast, Texas Gulf Bank is dedicated to supporting the communities, neighborhoods and people it serves. We believe that being involved through contributing monetarily and through the time and talent of employees is imperative to building strong organizations and communities. Texas Gulf Bank supports a variety of Texas Gulf Coast organizations including:
Employees of Texas Gulf Bank
rang the bell for the Salvation Army's Sharing is Caring Red Kettle program in December.
|As part of the Habitat Penny Drive, Mary Ruth Rhodenbaugh, TGB's Community Development Officer, spoke to children at various school districts in the southern Brazoria County area to emphasize giving back to our communities. The annual Penny Drives end with the Walk For Habitat which took place this year on November 3 at McLean Park in Lake Jackson. The newspaper estimated that 2500 people showed up to participate! With the penny drives raising almost $5500 and sponsor donations, this year’s Walk brought in over $77,000!!|
Texas Gulf Bank helped celebrate 125 years of
the United Way movement.
|Texas Gulf Bank partners with Junior Achievement of Brazoria County to teach youngsters the importance of financial planning even at very young ages. Pictured here is Maurline Williams' Sweeny Elementary School kindergarten class.|
|Texas Gulf Bank provided breakfast for Habitat for Humanity of Southern Brazoria County volunteers at their house build No. 82.|