The best decision Thong Nguyen made when he set out on his recent airline trip to Vietnam was to keep the cash he was carrying with him in a Texas Trust envelope. That turned out to be the key to tracking him down after he lost that $5,000 in cash on the first leg of his journey.Read More
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Bailey Downing from Mansfield High School was awarded the Texas Trust Bill Hallmark Scholarship for Engineering. Ashley Owen from Legacy High School received the Rita Hamner Fine Arts Scholarship.Read More
Anni Bergdorf, who plans to major in special education at Texas A&M University, is the recipient of the Texas Trust Lamanda Higginbotham Education Scholarship. Hannah Lei received the Texas Trust Lou Nabors Engineering Scholarship. She hopes to attend Harvard University or Duke University to study computer science and electrical engineering.Read More
The president and CEO of Texas Trust Credit Union, Jim Minge, accompanied three of the inaugural graduates from Arlington Collegiate High School during an appearance on the Good Morning Texas TV show.Read More
The 87 inaugural graduates of the Arlington Collegiate High School have each received a $1,000 scholarship from Texas Trust Credit Union. The students received the scholarships for earning their associate degree while simultaneously earning a high school diploma.Read More
We had a great time last week at the Dallas Federal Reserve.Read More
Texas Trust Credit Union traded turkeys for cash, donating $8,500 to three mission-oriented charities this Christmas. Instead of receiving turkeys and hams this year, employees elected to donate the money that would have been spent to several charitable causes.Read More
At the annual Toys for Tots toy drive here, Texas Trust Credit Union delivered hundreds of toys and a check for $5,000. This is the sixth year Texas Trust has played a key role in the annual toy collection event, held at the Mansfield ISD Center for the Performing Arts.Read More
We had a great time at the South Grand Prairie High School Homecoming Parade yesterday! We were on hand with our Texas Trust Bus, escorting the Texas Association of Future Educators (TAFE) team through the route.Read More
Five University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) students won a total of $2,500 from Texas Trust during the credit union’s “I Want Free Stuff” Snapchat photo contest. For several days, more than 19 employees and executives of Texas Trust, including President and CEO Jim Minge, worked in the UTA bookstore helping students and sharing information about personal financial services.Read More
Texas Trust Credit Union Headquarters was the kick-off location for this year's CU Rides event. Fort Worth area credit unions met up to deliver tons of stuffed animals to the Cook Children's Hospital in Fort Worth. Motorcycles, cars, trucks, buses--all were welcomed! We loaded up the vehicles with more than 100 stuffed animals.The event was a great success! Tons of toys were handed out to some remarkable kids.Read More
Texas Trust Credit Union has awarded $8,000 in college scholarships to two Mansfield ISD graduating seniors, one from Mansfield High School and the other from Lake Ridge High School.The Texas Trust MISD Fine Arts and Engineering Scholarships provide $1,000 per year for the next four years.Read More
Thanks to the Spirit Debit Rewards program, we've been able to supply Jones Academy of Fine Arts & Dual Language in AISD with an Outdoor Performing Arts Theater! We can't wait to see all of the great performances that these amazing students will bring to the community.Read More
President and CEO Jim Minge, along with All Team Meeting Production Committee members Jessica White, Stephen Cooles, and Raquel Inocencio presented Ms. Tillie Burgin and Mission Arlington/ Mission Metroplex with a donation check.Read More
Members of our Community Unity team at Texas Trust were invited to participate in Mary Orr Intermediate School's National African American Read-In event. We had a great time reading books from African American authors to these amazing kids. We love giving back to our local students!Read More
Employees of Texas Trust Credit Union spent President’s Day volunteering at the Mission Arlington charity organization. Nearly all of Texas Trust’s 260 employees took part in the President’s Day volunteer effort, which was part of the credit union’s annual all-employee training event.Read More
Texas Trust provided the required 20 hours of financial education instruction at the Tarrant County College Erma C. Johnson Northwest Center of Excellence for Aviation, Transportation and Logistics (CEATL).Read More
Texas Trust Credit Union once again was a lead participant in the Mansfield Toys for Tots Toy Drive held at the MISD Center for the Performing Arts. The credit union presented a check for $5,000 and delivered a busload of toys in a restored 1956 Chevrolet school bus.Read More
We're On A Mission
Building Brighter Financial Futures
Texas Trust exists for one simple purpose: To help build brighter financial futures. Our members are our friends, neighbors, and business leaders, and we've been helping them to live brighter since 1936.About Texas Trust
We're building brighter financial futures in a big way
Spirit Debit Rewards
GIVING BACK TO LOCAL STUDENTS
Swiping a student-designed Spirit Debit Rewards card gives money directly back to local schools, providing opportunities for students.
Bonus Checking Bonuses
GIVING BACK TO OUR MEMBERS
Bonus Checking account holders receive up to $20 in bonuses each month, just for having great products and services they're already using.
Community Unity Team
GIVING BACK TO OUR COMMUNITY
Our Community Unity Team works to provide volunteer opportunities for Texas Trust employees that benefit the
communities we serve.
We provide a variety of state-approved financial educaiton workshops for any age range. Contact Alex Godina at
(972) 263-5171 for details.
Students earn valuable, real-life work experience as Texas Trust student interns. Contact Alex Godina at
(972) 263-5171 for details.
Fundraising Your Way
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Fundraising Your Way donates $25 to your preferred school or school organization in a participating district for every new qualified account opened.
IT all adds up
Texas Trust Credit Union believes in giving profits directly back to our members.
Our membership is made up of our friends, neighbors, and business leaders, and we've been helping them to live brighter since 1936. We are proud to give our profits back to our members every year. That’s money and time back into our community. Back into our area schools and students. And back to our members pockets.
Volunteer Time1,029 Hours
$$ back to members $1,613,471in Bonus Checking Bonuses
$$ back to Local School Districts$1,670,888See how much money has been given to your school>>
$$ Back to UT Arlington$83,861
Thank you so much for the grant to be used towards learning materials for reading and math activities! Because of your generosity, my students have been able to improve their reading levels and their math skills.
Emily Sauers1st Grade Teacher, Sam Rayburn STEAM Academy
Your effort has helped us reset and put us in a good place to be able to better serve. We had been going backwards these last several weeks, but now our trucks have been unloaded and our shelves are full of food, clothing, and supplies.
Tillie BurginExecutive Director, Mission Arlington
Texas Trust provided the expertise to show students the importance of a budget and practical ways to use credit to help minimize debt in their personal life and in business.
Karen AustinSenior Director of Education and Workforce Development, Tarrant County College
Your support of our Mansfield ISD students and teachers demonstrates the valuable partnership forged between the home, school, and business community.
Linda BacsikExecutive Director of Mansfield ISD Education Foundation
Texas Trust Credit Union is important to our Mansfield Run With Heart Race and you are definitely a leading business in our community.
John Phillips, FACHEPresident of Methodist Mansfield Medical Center
Your sponsorship allowed us to present to the community a wonderful event which showcased several community businesses and individuals. We couldn’t have done it without you!
Nicole WegienkaGrand Prarie Chamber of Commerce
Texas Trust’s gift is an investment not only in the future of our students
but in our larger community.
Dr. Vistasp M. KarbhariPresident, University of Texas Arlington
We're proud to give back to our community