From its beginning, Evolve has realized that our success and that of the communities we serve are inseparable. Always keeping this in mind, Evolve is committed to providing exceptional banking services in addition to providing support for our communities, businesses and neighbors. Through Evolve Bank & Trust's Giving Back Projects, we have provided sponsorships and financial resources for initiatives that support our youth, underserved, education, the arts, community events, outreach and development initiatives.
Evolve is mindful that -- as a responsible civic leader -- it must be a leader in providing charitable, financial support as well as being actively engaged with other community involvements. Each year, Evolve’s employees commit countless hours to the support of local events and organizations. We recognize these special opportunities since we live and work in our communities and care about the welfare of both our people and their resources.
If you would like Evolve to consider sponsoring a community event or organization, please review our Giving Back Policy, then complete and submit a Request Form.
Evolve Bank & Trust Community Outreach include:
- 30 Days of Opera – A festival of free, short opera performances at 30 different locations around Memphis and Shelby County.
- University of Memphis Women’s Basketball Team – Funds to help the program grow and become a major competitor.
- Cooper-Young Festival – Over 120,000 guests will enjoy a true celebration of the arts, people, culture, and Memphis heritage.
Past Community Outreach:
- Adopt-A-Family – Collection of donations, gifts and food for the needy during the holiday season.
- Back to School – Collection and donation of school supplies for needy children at the beginning of a school year.
- Haiti 15 -- Retreat to construction of new homes, schools and assistance in other areas for a Haitian community.
- Alabama Tornado Relief – Collection of donations – including food, clothing, camping supplies, bottled water and batteries – for tornado victims of the deadly 2011 tornadoes.