Frost Bank celebrates grand opening by donating $5,000 to Mid-Coast Family Services

Frost Bank celebrates grand opening by donating $5,000 to Mid-Coast Family Services

VICTORIA, Texas – Children who have parents being treated for alcohol or drug abuse through Mid-Coast Family Services will be getting a new family center thanks to the generosity of a new bank in town.

“Well, we’re really excited about the new construction at our Women’s Crisis Center, we’re going to build a Family Center and it’s going to be really for children, we’ve done a great job taking care of food, shelter, clothing for our adults but we can do better for our kids and we’re committed to doing that,” said Ginny Stafford, CEO of Mid-Coast Family Services.

Frost Bank is no stranger to gestures of generosity – recently, they donated $600,000 to the Victoria ISD for new turf at Memorial Stadium.

Thursday evening, Frost leadership members from all over the state joined in the ribbon-cutting celebration for the new financial center in Victoria.

“The feeling in the room tonight is great, it’s optimism, it’s about what’s happening in the future and for me there’s a little bit of nostalgia because I grew up in Victoria, and so coming back here to open up this location is really meaningful to me, and we still have some family here, so we want to do a great job for this community,” said Phil Green, CEO and Chair of Cullen/Frost Bankers, Incorporated.

While the banking center is new in town, Frost Bank was already in operation in Victoria as a mortgage lender and insurance provider for many years. Now, they are expanding their services with this new banking center.