Families in crisis empowered through local support
From grief, stress, parenting challenges, marital difficulties, substance abuse and much more, Southeast Texas families face countless struggles every day. Unfortunately, many affected families lack the support and resources to cope and repair their broken lives.
In an effort to provide support to these local families in need, CommunityBank of Texas reached out to Family Services of Southeast Texas, presenting the organization with a donation of $5,000. This donation will be used to help Family Services of Southeast Texas continue in its work in providing accessible counseling services, shelter services, education and advocacy to families in our area.
“At CommunityBank of Texas, we take the overall health of our communities very seriously,” said Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer Donna Dillon. “That’s a big part of who we are, and we realize that when there are families in need, suffering from these types of problems, it affects our entire community. While many of our employees already volunteer their time to help organizations like Family Services, this donation is another tangible way we could help.” Dillon, who presented the donation to Executive Director Janet Walker of Family Services of Southeast Texas, volunteers on the organization’s board of directors.
About CommunityBank of Texas
CommunityBank of Texas is an independent, Texas-owned bank with assets in excess of $2.5 billion. Established in 2007, the bank has 36 branches and is the largest independent community bank headquartered in and focused on the financial needs of Southeast Texas and Houston. For information about CommunityBank of Texas, visit communitybankoftx.com.
About Family Services of Southeast Texas
The Family Welfare Bureau, predecessor of Family Services of Southeast Texas, Inc., was founded in 1931 by public-minded community leaders with the goal of providing financial assistance and social services to needy families. Since that time, Family Services’ commitment to strengthening families has remained constant by serving and advocating for families and individuals in crises throughout Southeast Texas.
Photo – Donna Dillon, CommunityBank of Texas, presents a $5,000 check to Family Services of Southeast Texas Executive Director Janet Walker.