What community means to us
Community is about commitment- the kind of commitment you make where you live, work, or worship. We're there with you. Just like you, TDECU builds relationships and sinks deep roots in our communities. In fact, you may have met a TDECU employee engaged in good works in your own neck of the woods. Maybe you worked alongside us as we rolled up our sleeves to better our neighborhoods, to support deserving charities, or to participate in local government. In fact, TDECU commits twenty-four paid hours per year, every year, for each employee to give back to their communities. And we give even more of our personal time, because to us, that's what being part a community means.
Doing our part in the community
As a not-for-profit, member-owned financial institution, TDECU has a long tradition of supporting our community. It is our intention to be a corporate citizen and a source of pride for our members. Over the years, we have participated through a wide variety of worthwhile organizations, programs, and events, with donations of financial support and volunteer efforts. We volunteer in local schools through the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE), host a community-wide economic symposium, and much more.
In addition, our sole reason for being represents an important form of community support. All of our loans are invested in TDECU members: your family, friends, and neighbors living in and around the areas we serve.
TDECU volunteers team up with University of Houston Career Services and Rebuilding Together Houston
TDECU volunteers teamed up with University of Houston Career Services and Rebuilding Together Houston to assist a homeowner in need. Rebuilding Together provides free repair and renovation programs for elderly low-income, disabled and veteran homeowners.
TDECU Gives back to local Boys & Girls Clubs
TDECU employees rolled up their sleeves and gave back to their local Boys & Girls Clubs throughout the Gulf Coast and Greater Houston area, Victoria and Dallas/Fort Worth regions. As a part of TDECU’s company-wide Discover Day of Service, over 750 employees volunteered at the Boys & Girls Clubs by working on various projects including furniture assembly, painting, donation sorting and overall building and office maintenance.