Committed to the Neighborhoods of California Through Exceptional Service

At Banc of California, our focus is to provide exceptional services to the communities of California. With more than 30 locations throughout Southern California, we serve rural, suburban and urban communities. Our goal is to ensure that every neighborhood can join in the nation’s broad economic prosperity by offering personalized products and services and providing timely decision-making when it counts the most.

Banc of California employees are deeply involved in their local communities, we thrive when our customers and communities flourish. We are well-positioned to support greater economic opportunity for all by promoting, serving and financing small businesses and industry leaders.

Community Services

Assisting Neighborhood Stabilization by Investing in Local Employment

As one of the premier local responsible lenders, we aim to attract new employers that will create new long-term job opportunities in low-to-moderate income neighborhoods. Building successful corporations, revitalizing, stabilizing and retaining existing businesses is our way of contributing to job creation and retention, local employment and financial reinvestment.

We are committed to growing the next generation of Californians with stronger financial skills and providing guidance in establishing financial security. Through community services and involvement with local organizations, we serve.

income families

At-risk youth

Local businesses of all sizes

Underserved geographies
& distressed neighborhoods



Through continuous work with non-profit organizations, we aim to transform lives of the local people of California.

Food Finders

Food Finders receives donated food from hundreds of local grocery stores, bakeries, restaurants, schools, hospitals and produce markets and distributes it directly to hundreds of partner nonprofits, such as pantries and shelters, that serve the disadvantaged in our communities.

Public Law Center

The Public Law Center provides free legal services to low-income residents and other nonprofits in Orange County. Their services include counseling, individual representation, community education and strategic policy advocacy and impact litigation to challenge societal injustices. Public Law Center serves a wide range of clients, including immigrants, minorities, veterans, seniors, children and low-income residents of Orange County. The issues include domestic violence, human trafficking, guardianship, housing, health, bankruptcy, asylum, family law, consumer fraud, immigration, discrimination and advocacy.

Second Chance OC

Second Chance Orange County comes alongside low-income, recovering drug or alcohol addicts, helping them to reclaim their identities as contributing members of the community by providing them with individualized supportive services including, but not limited to, job placement, life skills, mentoring, coaching, mental health therapy, FAFSA help and financial aid assistance for college entrance.

South County Outreach

South County Outreach’s vision is to “End Hunger & House Hope in Orange County.” For 30 years, South County Outreach has been a leader in the fight against hunger and homelessness. Annually, they distribute over 800,000 pounds of food to their clients and provide over 20,000 nights of housing to homeless families.

The Greenlining Institute

The Greenlining Institute is a policy, research, organizing and leadership institute working for racial and economic justice. They work on a variety of major policy issues, from the economy to environmental policy, health care and many others, because they recognize that economic opportunity doesn’t operate in a vacuum. They don’t see these issues as being in separate silos, but as interconnected threads in a web of opportunity.

Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA

Their mission is to advocate for civil rights, provide legal services and education and build coalitions to positively influence and impact Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders and to create a more equitable and harmonious society.

Savannah’s Reach

Dedicated to supporting and empowering the most disadvantaged among us—children who are medically fragile, abandoned or orphaned—Savannah’s Reach partners with a variety of organizations both globally and locally, offered ongoing support to kids in need, funded scholarships, donated baskets, provided emergency medical care, hosted mission trips and so much more. It’s our hope that in the coming years, the love inspired by Savannah will reach even further.

Angel City Games

The Angel City Games is the premier adaptive sports festival in the Western United States, offering clinics, competitions and special events for people of all ages and skill levels who have a physical disability or mobility impairment.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County

Santa Ana, CA

Through mentoring, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County aim to decrease the number of disconnected youth in Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties and to provide a strong and enduring, one-to-one, professionally supported mentoring relationship for every child who needs and wants one.

Minds Matter Los Angeles

Minds Matter transforms the lives of accomplished high school students from low-income families by broadening their dreams and preparing them for success in college and beyond.

California Reinvestment Coalition

With over 300 member organizations across California that provide services to low-income communities and communities of color, CRC works to advance a fair and inclusive economy. It advocates for bank and corporate investment, lending and financial services that expand access to affordable housing, small business ownership, good jobs and other resources that build household and community wealth.

Thomas House Shelter

Their mission is to provide a safe, supportive environment and the resources necessary for homeless families with children to remain together, while empowering them to become independent and self-sufficient.

Youth Emerging Stronger

Youth Emerging Stronger delivers increasingly comprehensive support for runaway, homeless and foster youth. Last year alone, over 250 youth benefitted from their education assistance, job development, and mental health services.