Alliance Bank of Arizona is committed to giving back to the communities where we do business to ensure a brighter future for everyone. We strive both as a company and as individuals to improve the quality of life in the communities we serve. Alliance Bank delivers banking and credit needs to each community, including low- and moderate income individuals. This is achieved through grants and initiatives, affordable housing, community development lending, investments, and our employees who volunteer their time and talents in each of the communities we serve.
Alliance Bank of Arizona is actively involved with non-profit organizations in the Greater Phoenix, Tucson, Sedona and Flagstaff communities. Alliance Bank management and employees serve in many of these organizations as board or committee members. The bank also lends support in other ways to many other Arizona nonprofits.
Alliance Bank of Arizona is pleased to offer the Community Alliance Program to Arizona’s non-profit organizations. The Community Alliance Program offers competitive options for your organization, including the following accounts1:
Community Alliance Checking Account: A business checking account with no monthly service charge and unlimited transactions designed exclusively for non-profit organizations.
Community Alliance NOW Account: Interest earning checking account exclusively for non-profit organizations with an interest rate 0.25% higher than the posted interest rate for Business NOW accounts2.
Community Alliance Money Market Account: Higher yield money market exclusively for non-profit organizations.
Community Alliance Analysis Account: Analysis account with waivers on monthly maintenance fees, FDIC Insurance, deposited items, credits, debits, checks, and received ACH debits and credits; earnings credit on the average monthly collected balance used to offset all other fees3.
1.See the current rate chart for interest rate and annual percentage yield.
2. The annual percentage yields are included in the rate chart. Monthly transaction limits apply. Fees may reduce earnings.
3. See the current Schedule of Fees and Charges for other fees and charges.
Alliance Bank's Individual Development Account (IDA) is a savings account for qualified individuals sponsored by participating non-profit organizations to assist in the purchase of a home, business or to finance post-secondary education. The IDA account is a no fee account and funds are typically matched by the participating non-profit organization.
Alliance Bank of Arizona is a member of the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco which allows the bank to have access to the Federal Home Loan Bank community investment grant programs. Alliance Bank has partnered with non-profits and the FHLB to provide grant funds to provide down payment assistance for low-to-moderate income families. In the past year, we have helped over 15 families purchase a home. You can learn more about the grant programs offered by the Federal Home Loan Bank by visiting their website, www.fhlbsf.com
Alliance Bank of Arizona's Charitable Contributions Programs supports 501(c)3 non-profit organizations that provide services and support in the low- or moderate-income areas.
Alliance Bank of Arizona is dedicated to providing support and assistance to our community. The primary focus of our Bank's Charitable Contributions program is directed to 501(c)3 non-profit organizations that provide services and support in the low- or moderate-income areas. Alliance Bank of Arizona primarily focuses on organizations and programs that provide:
Proposals that do not support our primary focus will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
Alliance Bank of Arizona
CRA/Community Development Department
2901 N. Central Avenue, Suite 100
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Our Community Lending efforts assist for-profit and not-for-profit developers of multifamily affordable housing. Through competitively priced products such as our construction-to-permanent loan product and letter of credit enhancement products, Community Lending helps to ensure that developers have a vehicle to produce affordable rental housing with sustained long-term affordability in and throughout the neighborhoods and communities where we do business.
**Information provided on the pages represents current and past programs offered by Alliance Bank of Arizona. These programs may be changed or withdrawn without notice. For more information and qualification guidelines, please contact the Community Reinvestment Officer.