Northwest Ohio Region

Toledo is the headquarters of our Northwest Ohio region. Our commitment to investing in all of the communities where we live and work began in Ohio with our founder, in 1866.

Revitalize the Area

Huntington Bank is happy to be the naming sponsor of the Huntington Center, which attracts more than 2 million people to downtown Toledo every year.

About Your Neighborhood

Northwest Ohio

Toledo, Ohio is the headquarters of Huntington, and of our Northwest Ohio region. Huntington Bank has a long and distinguished history of supporting programs throughout Northwest Ohio 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 in its 149th year as an essential partner in Ohio. The leadership and the colleagues at the bank take this role seriously. Several of Huntington’s major efforts were brought full circle in 2011. These programs underscored the innovation that is a hallmark of Huntington’s efforts to support Northwest Ohio programs and nonprofits for the long-term.

We believe in doing the right thing.

National Church Residences – Commons at Garden Lake project

Veterans are twice as likely to become homeless than other Americans. Often they need long-term services to help them combat mental illness, alcohol and substance abuse and other physical or emotional disorders.

We’re proud to support the Commons at Garden Lake, a 75-unit, permanent supportive housing community in Toledo for veterans. We helped finance the $12.5 million project, and contributed $1.75 million as a community development investment.

National Church Residences will develop, own and manage the community.

Permanent supportive housing provides its residents with a safe, affordable place to live, and on-site health and social services. The end result is a higher level of self-sufficiency, financial strength and improved mental and physical health for these veterans.

Revitalizing the Area

Huntington Bank is happy to be the naming sponsor of the Huntington Center, which attracts more than 2 million people to downtown Toledo every year.

The Huntington Center, located in Toledo, Ohio attracts millions of people downtown every year. And Huntington Bank is proud to be its naming sponsor through 2022. The $105 million dollar state-of-the-art Center seats 8,000 plus and utilizes both indoor and outdoor areas around the facility.

""The Huntington Center is helping to drive economic development by attracting more than 2 million people to downtown Toledo,"" said Sharon Speyer, Huntington's Northwest Ohio regional president. ""It is also bringing new small businesses to the area. Huntington is deeply committed to Toledo and Northwest Ohio and to investing in its future.""

Additional Community Investment and Affordable Housing Partners:

•Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC)

•Regional Growth Partnership

•Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce

•The Lakewood Senior Project

•The Toledo Fair Housing Center

•Toledo Lucas County Port Authority

United Way

Having a solid background in basic money management can make a huge difference in the financial stability of lower income families. Five of our colleagues were trained by United Way of Greater Toledo to facilitate the FDIC Money Smart financial education series.

Weekly, hour-long workshops were conducted for five weeks at several United Way agencies in the market. The Money Smart curriculum includes topics such as choosing and maintaining a checking account, spending plans, the importance of saving, how to obtain and use credit effectively and the basics of building or repairing credit.

Supporting Junior Achievement and financial literacy efforts

Junior Achievement, founded in 1919, is the world’s largest organization dedicated to teaching school kids about entrepreneurship, work readiness and financial literacy. Through Huntington’s partnership with JA, more than 35 of our colleagues participated in Junior Achievement’s “JA in a Day” program at Oakdale Elementary School, part of Toledo City Schools, and Greenwood Elementary School in the Washington Local School District.         Junior Achievement BizTown® is a registered trademark of Junior Achievement USA and JA Worldwide.

The program covers the entire JA elementary-level curriculum in one school day. Instruction prepares young people for the challenges of the real world by showing them how to make money and effectively manage it, create jobs and think like an entrepreneur.

Additional Financial Education:

•Junior Achievement

•Toledo Public Schools

•University of Toledo

•United Way of Greater Toledo

Meeting Critical Needs by Partnering:

•American Heart Association •Bowling Green State University

•Stranahan Theatre

•Toledo Museum of Art

•Toledo Symphony

•University of Toledo

•Valentine Theater

•American Red Cross

•Salvation Army

Toledo Public Schools

•United Way of Greater Toledo


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