News – Lexicon Bank Joins Forces with Communities In Schools of Nevada

July 1, 2021   |   Written By Lexicon Bank
News – Lexicon Bank Joins Forces with Communities In Schools of Nevada

Lexicon Bank Joins Forces with Communities In Schools of Nevada to Collect School Supplies for Clark County Students

The Branch at Tivoli Village is Serving as a Drop Site for CIS of Nevada’s Annual Fill The Bus School Supply Drive for the Third Consecutive Year

LAS VEGAS, July 1, 2021— Lexicon Bank, Nevada’s community-focused banking partner, is proud to spotlight Communities In Schools of Nevada (CIS) this July. For the third consecutive year, Lexicon Bank will be supporting ClS of Nevada by serving as a donation site for the annual Fill the Bus School Supply Drive for Clark County Students where clients, Tivoli Village businesses and the greater community can contribute to the drive. In addition, Lexicon Bank will be purchasing supplies to contribute to CIS of Nevada’s mission of surrounding students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.

This partnership with CIS of Nevada is a part of the Lexicon Bank Community Spotlight program, a monthly initiative that highlights local non-profit organizations that are making a difference in the Southern Nevada community. CIS of Nevada’s 9th annual Fill the Bus school supply drive is in partnership with Sinclair Broadcast Group, KSNV News 3, The CW Las Vegas, and Lotus Broadcasting Las Vegas.

Those who wish to contribute to the Fill the Bus drive can stop by Lexicon Bank to drop off supplies anytime from now until July 21st during business hours. Supplies needed include binders, backpacks, notebooks, pencils, hygiene kits, school uniforms and more. Supplies can also be donated online through CIS of Nevada’s Amazon wishlist or you can make a gift of any amount at on their website. A complete list of requested supplies, bank hours, and additional details can be found at

“We are excited to partner with CIS of Nevada once again this summer to support an organization that ensures our future community leaders are set up to not only survive, but thrive,” said Leo Moschioni, Lexicon Bank Executive VP & Chief Credit Officer. “Opportunities like these allow us to further invest in Southern Nevada and its communities that are integral to its success.”

Communities In Schools is a national organization that ensures every student, regardless of race, gender, zip code, or socioeconomic background has what they need to realize their potential in school and beyond. Communities In Schools of Nevada is the fifth largest state office of the nation's leading dropout prevention organization. CIS of Nevada has affiliate offices in Elko County, Washoe County, Humboldt County, and Clark County, with programs in 75 schools statewide, working with over 75,000 students.

To learn more about Lexicon Bank’s Community Spotlight and find more ways to get involved, visit



Founded in 2019, Lexicon Bank is Nevada’s community-focused banking partner. Lexicon Bank provides private, personal, comprehensive banking services to business and personal banking customers, placing an emphasis on creating and nurturing a long-term relationship. By providing personalized services to all customers, Lexicon Bank helps to foster Southern Nevada’s economy and community – ultimately helping to grow the Las Vegas local business economy. The bank is redefining banking as it should be in the Las Vegas Valley and Southern Nevada by creating a private bank for small businesses no matter the size. Lexicon Bank is located in Tivoli Village at 330 S. Rampart Blvd., Suite 150. The bank is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays, and can be reached by phone at (702) 780-7700 or online at Lexicon Bank is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).

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