Huntington Grant Program Details

  • Community Revitalization and Stabilization: Activities in low- or moderate income (LMI) areas, designated disaster areas, or underserved or distressed geographies. Community revitalization and stabilization activities may include initiatives that:
    • Attract or retain business and residents
    • Create, retain, or improve jobs for LMI individuals
    • Support government plans for community or neighborhood redevelopment or revitalization
  • Community Services: Activities where 50% or more of those served are LMI. Community services activities may include programs in the following areas:
    • Financial empowerment
    • Food security
    • Digital inclusion
    • Youth programs
    • Homeless shelters, transitional and permanent housing
    • Domestic violence shelters
    • Addiction recovery centers
  • Affordable Housing: Activities that provide access to affordable housing options for LMI individuals and families. Affordable housing activities may include:
    • Down payment assistance
    • Homebuyer education
    • Credit counseling
    • Low-income housing tax credits (LIHTC)
    • Rental subsidies
  • Economic and Community Development: Activities assisting LMI individuals and families and small businesses or farms. Economic and Community Development activities may include:
    • Small Business – access to capital
    • Workforce development / job training
    • Permanent job creation or retention
  • Racial/Social Equity: Refers to organizations with a demonstrated commitment to equitable actions that contribute to fairness, justice, and equality for all people. Activities include but are not limited to, wealth building and access to health and education resources, in racially and ethnically diverse populations.

Huntington observes the following definitions:

  • Low/moderate income = Up to 80% of the area median income.
  • Low/moderate income area = Areas located in low- and moderate-income census tracts.
  • Low/moderate income school = Schools with student population where 51% or greater are eligible for free or reduced lunch program.
  • Small Businesses = Businesses with gross annual revenue less than $1 million.

Review/Decision Timeline

Huntington empowers our markets to engage locally. We understand that each region faces its own challenges, and that regional and community executives understand the unique needs of their communities. Huntington’s regional leadership teams typically meet monthly to evaluate grant applications. The time it takes to review and decision requests varies based on the time of your grant submission, the time of year and the region. Thank you for your patience as we work through the internal review process.

Program Deadlines

You should follow submission deadlines provided by the Community Development Relationship Manager you are working with to ensure timely review.

Sponsorship requests

To request sponsorship support you should contact the Regional Marketing Manager in your area:


Echo Propp


Saul Boscan


Central Indiana
Brent Frymier


Southeast Michigan
Kassie Kretzchmar

Lisa Brinker

Great Lakes Bay and Northern Michigan
Jen Lee

West Michigan
Krista Paulin


Echo Propp


Amy Patton

Canton and Mahoning Valley
Sandy Upperman

Central Ohio
Patricia Barton

Carrie Carpenter

Karen Woller

Northwest Ohio
Shannon Loar

Southern Ohio and Kentucky
Sally Gardner


Western PA and Ohio Valley
Trish Cawley


West Virginia
Holly Webb


Saul Boscan

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.