East Michigan Region

Michigan is the nation's "comeback kid" and Huntington is proud to be a part of its recovery. We have worked diligently to fuel economic recovery through innovative business lending programs, financial empowerment programs and community investments.  We're paving the way to a better, stronger future in the state by reaching out to lower income families and to the next generation of business owners. We're proud to be a partner in Michigan's comeback.

About Your Neighborhood

East Michigan

Southfield is the regional headquarters of Huntington’s East Michigan region.  Huntington Bank has a long and distinguished history of supporting programs throughout Midwest communities that are designed to enrich the community and create an environment where our children can grow and thrive. The breadth and depth of these efforts range from multi-million-dollar programs aimed at the revitalization of major parts of the city to the individual volunteer efforts of Huntington associates at all levels of the corporation. These programs are innovative and creative, and thanks to the partnership between Huntington and local governments and nonprofits, goals have been set and solutions found to area problems. Huntington provides support in a variety of areas including economic development, health care, housing, education and the arts.

Huntington Bank is proud to be a catalyst for positive change in East Michigan. We take this role seriously. These programs underscore the innovation that is a hallmark of Huntington’s efforts to support East Michigan programs and nonprofits for the long-term.

A Personal Investment in Stronger Communities

Huntington leader honored for decades of investing in local communities
The Detroit News has named Sandy Pierce, who leads many of Huntington’s businesses and our efforts in Michigan, as one of the 2020 Michiganians of the Year. The newspaper recognized Sandy for her lifelong commitment to invest in local communities, including her leadership in developing our new five-year, $20 billion Community Plan initiative across Michigan and the Midwest.

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Arab American and Chaldean Council

We believe everyone should benefit from financial education, including those who aren’t proficient in English. That’s why Huntington and the Arab American and Chaldean Council (ACC) have a partnership that includes a financial education program for Arabic-speaking individuals.

Huntington colleagues work alongside ACC staff to teach financial skills to students in Detroit and Hamtramck. The classes cover topics such as budgeting, financial goal setting, savings and money management.


Meeting Critical Needs by Partnering:

•Alzheimer’s Association

•American Cancer Society

•American Diabetes Association

•American Heart Association

•American House Foundation

•ARISE Detroit!

•Arthritis Foundation

•Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute

•Burger School for the Autistic

•CARE House of Oakland

•Child Abuse and Neglect Council

•Childhelp Michigan

•Forgotten Harvest

•Gleaners Community Food Bank

•Goodwill Industries

•Great Michigan Race

•HAVEN

•JVS

 •Leukemia Lymphoma Society

•Lupus Alliance of America

•National Kidney Foundation

•Oakwood Healthcare Foundation

•Oakland Livingston Human Services Association

•Presbyterian Villages of Michigan

•Race for the Cure

•Salvation Army

•Sweet Dreamzzz

•THAW The Heat and Warmth Fund

•The ARC of Oakland County

•Think Detroit PAL

•Variety: The Children’s Charity

•Vattikuti Invitational

•Yatooma’s Foundation for the Kids

Branch locations for East Michigan

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1SBA loans subject to SBA eligibility. Huntington is the #1 SBA 7(a) lender in the number of loans in the region made up of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Michigan, West Virginia, Western Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Source: U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) from October 1, 2008 to September 30, 2016.