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Community Report

In the pursuit of better for our community

At Bank of Texas, we know how to think big, helping individuals and families, small businesses and large corporations succeed. But even though we serve clients across the country, some of our most important work happens on a much smaller scale—with our neighbors and communities.

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Our 2023 community efforts

The communities we serve are where we live and raise our families—we’re deeply focused on being good neighbors. Through financial contributions and the generosity of our employees giving their time and talent, our company continues to make a significant impact in our local communities.
  • 407

    employees
    served on nonprofit leadership
    (in 732 board or
    committee roles)
  • 794

    nonprofit
    organizations supported
  • $9MM+

    total contributions
    from the company and the BOKF Foundation combined
  • 52K+

    volunteer hours
    donated by employees
    (valued at $1,660,850)

Your stories are our stories

We hope you enjoy reading our employees’ stories of serving alongside organizations in many different ways. Advancing our community is more than a commitment—it's our culture.
Andre and Wendy Haker
The Statement.

Love, risk and robots

A Swedish engineer's inspiring odyssey into the unknown

4 min read
Jhoanna Astudillo and her family on the beach
The Statement.

How one woman became a "voice for the voiceless”

From immigrant to soldier to diversity champion, Jhoanna Astudillo puts her passion for people into action
5 min read
Kimberly Bridges spoke at a recent Women & Wealth client event in San Antonio.
The Statement.

Making things happen

Kimberly Bridges uses personal experience and passion to educate women on financial decision making

7 min read
Bank of Texas employees prepare gift bags for patients at Children's Health Medical Center in Dallas.
The Statement.

Superheroes unite!

Cape Day celebrates courage at Children's Health in Dallas

3 min read
The Statement.

In the marathon of life, Mari Salazar is a pace setter

Energy banker, the daughter of migrant workers, recognized for her analytical mind and determination to give back
6 min read
Group of volunteers from Bank of Texas
The Statement.

Financial literacy, fashion and futures

Joining forces to support Houston women overcoming adversity
4 min read
BOK Financial employees participating in a ground breaking for Junior Achievement.
The Statement.

Nurturing financial literacy in the next generation

BOK Financial contributed $350,000 to help launch experiential labs in Oklahoma City and Tulsa

4 min read
Belinda Silva prepares for Dancing with the Tulsa Stars.
The Statement.

Meet Belinda Silva: The face of financial empowerment

Bilingual financial center leader advocates for financial education in Tulsa’s Hispanic community

6 min read
Advocating for affordable housing in Oklahoma
The Statement.

Home sweet (affordable) home

Advocating for affordable housing in Oklahoma

4 min read
100%-volunteer-run organization in Denver, the nonprofit relies on members helping veterans and uniting their community.
The Statement.

Uniting communities, honoring service

Denver nonprofit uplifts veterans and their families

4 min read
 Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona and Rebuilding Together Sandoval County step in to renovate and repair homes for people in need.
The Statement.

Home repairs with heart

Nonprofits foster dignity and safety for those in need

4 min read

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