Huntington Charitable Grant Program

For over 150 years, and with a network of nearly 1000 branches in Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, West Virginia and Western Pennsylvania, The Huntington National Bank has earned a reputation for strong community involvement and supportive civic leadership. We believe that developing relationships and investing in local nonprofit/charitable organizations builds healthy and vibrant communities.

Non-profit organizations are strongly encouraged to submit charitable contribution grant requests for programs in the following areas that improve self-sufficiency and quality of life in the communities served by Huntington:

  • Housing and Community Revitalization
  • Community and Social Services
  • Financial Education
  • Economic and Community Development

Nonprofit organizations requesting a Huntington charitable grant must apply online:

  • For grant requests in excess of $5,000 plus, use the following application link:
    Apply online
  • For grant requests less than $5,000 plus, use the following application link:
    Apply online

Our corporate philanthropy relies considerably on Huntington’s regional and community executives, who know best the unique needs of their communities; the Regional/Community leadership teams will convene monthly to evaluate incoming charitable grant requests.

Should you need any assistance during the application process, please contact Huntington’s Community Engagement team:

Steven Fields
Director, Huntington Foundation and Community Engagement
(614) 480-3278
Lindsay Baker
Community Engagement Coordinator
(614) 480-3720

Please Note: It is expected all grantees are equal opportunity employers and in their governance policies or procedures do not discriminate against any person or group on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, ethnicity, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, uniformed service member status, age, marital status, parental status, disability, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.