PlainsCapital Bank Supports Salvation Army Angel Tree Program for 11th Consecutive Year


DALLAS, TX (Dec. 6, 2019) – To help make the Christmas season a little brighter for North Texas families in need, PlainsCapital Bank recently partnered with Salvation Army to support the Angel Tree program.

On Friday, Dec. 6, PlainsCapital Bank’s Dallas branch employees and their buffalo mascot, Mo, joined Santa Claus at One Victory Park to load hundreds of donated gifts into a Salvation Army truck. Fellow One Victory Park occupants Haynes and Boone, JLL, and Worldwide Express also participated to help fulfill over 450 Angel wishes in the area.

“Participating in the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program has been a long-standing holiday tradition for us,” said PlainsCapital Bank Branch Manager Roxana Ventura. “Giving back to the community is such a strong part of our mission. There’s something encouraging about seeing our employees generously support this incredible cause.”

PlainsCapital Bank has supported the Salvation Army Angel Tree program for 11 consecutive years by collecting gifts for local Angels.

The Salvation Army’s annual holiday gift drive gives community members and businesses the opportunity to help children who would otherwise receive very little or nothing during the holiday season.

About PlainsCapital Bank

Dallas-based PlainsCapital Bank, the fifth largest Texas-headquartered bank by deposit market share, operates over 60 Texas branches and has more than 1,200 employees providing highly personalized relationship banking through a single point of contact. Offering commercial lending, treasury management, small business banking, private banking, and trust and wealth management services, PlainsCapital Bank empowers responsive, local decision making in each of its major markets: Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Lubbock, the Rio Grande Valley and San Antonio. PlainsCapital Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hilltop Holdings (NYSE:HTH). Find more information at PlainsCapital.com.

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