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RHSB's Corporate Culture of Giving

RHSB's Corporate Culture of Giving

by Laura Harshbarger

It has been a wonderful experience partnering with CFT from an Engagement Captain perspective. Roach Howard Smith & Barton has a corporate culture of giving back to our community.

CFT has made it even easier for a company of our size, with approximately 60 employees, to be good corporate citizens and continue our history of helping our community. CFT allows us many more opportunities throughout the year to become involved in donating or volunteering than we could plan and organize on our own.

The team building of employees from different departments within our organization working alongside each other at volunteer events is invaluable. Another advantage is working alongside other member companies and the networking that this allows. CFT has helped us to increase our cash donations, in-kind donations and volunteer hours since becoming a member company. CFT truly does make it easy to be good corporate citizens.

A Passion for Caring

A Passion for Caring

PGA of America is in good company with CFT for Business


CFT has seen firsthand that companies that do good, do better. CFT for Business connects companies with resources and expertise to foster and grow cultures of good corporate citizenship.

Make the Most of Your Membership

Make the Most of Your Membership

Leverage all the benefits your Business Impact Network membership offers!


Over the years, the Business team has added features to our programs that only some of our members are using. We’re sharing this information with the hope that every Business Impact Network member will leverage all the benefits their membership offers!

Inspiring Giving From Generation to Generation

Inspiring Giving From Generation to Generation

The Fallen Family Fund at CFT supports Freedom Day


“It’s been the greatest gift,” said Nancy. “I feel like what granddad gave us was an opportunity – an opportunity to make a difference and to explore within ourselves something he had already figured out: lifting up the people around you is what matters most. He knew that the fund could bring good to others but also to us as we practiced generosity together.”

A Year of Service

A Year of Service

by Michelle Grose


Throughout 2018, 1st Global continued to live out one of the company’s guiding principles: aspiring to servant leadership through community outreach and volunteerism. Supported by a now three-year partnership with Communities Foundation of Texas for Business, 1st Global has annually increased its social responsibility efforts in the Dallas community.

Partnering with local companies like NETSCOUT to help business philanthropy thrive

Partnering with local companies like NETSCOUT to help business philanthropy thrive

When NETSCOUT needed a partner to implement and launch their local charitable grant program, they turned to Communities Foundation of Texas.


This past fall, NETSCOUT established a charitable fund known as a business-advised fund with CFT. Next, CFT helped NETSCOUT engage their employees in learning how nonprofits are addressing important issues in the community and choosing focus areas for the company’s grant funds.

Freedom Day Bonds Businesses

Freedom Day Bonds Businesses

17th annual volunteer day honors 9/11 through joint service


Honoring the lives lost and forever changed on 9/11/01, CFT for Business presented its 17th annual Freedom Day, a community service event last September that was part of CFT’s North Texas Giving Day. In recognition of the courage and bravery of the men and women who fight for our freedom and those first responders who protect us, we dedicated this day of service to them by supporting local organizations that provide essential services to veterans, first responders and their families.