Northwest Ohio Region
Toledo is the headquarters of our Northwest Ohio region. Our commitment to investing in the communities where we live and work began in Ohio with our founder, in 1866. With more than 600 employees across 46 branches in the region, we are large enough to provide a full range of financial products and services you need, yet small enough to give our customers personalized attention.
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.
We believe in looking out for people.
Huntington is committed to serving the people, businesses, and non-profit organizations of Northwest Ohio. From driving the local economy with first-rate financial services, to donating time and money toward local causes, we’re dedicated to helping our corner of the world thrive.
Huntington has a long history of supporting innovative and creative programs throughout Northwest Ohio designed to enrich the community. 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 colleagues at all levels of the corporation.
Huntington partners with local governments and non-profits to provide support in a variety of areas including economic development, health care, housing, education and the arts. These programs underscored our investment in the people and communities of Northwest Ohio.
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 are proud to support the Commons at Garden Lake, a 75-unit, permanent supportive hosing community in Toledo for veterans. We helped finance the $12.5 million project, and contributed $1.75 million as a community development investment.
We also partner with the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC). LISC is dedicated to helping transform neighborhoods into healthy and sustainable communities of choice. Huntington helps provides capital for the local housing market to thrive.
In addition to these highlights, Huntington gives financial support and colleague expertise to a number of organizations that provide housing stability, including:
- Cherry Street Mission
- Lucas County Land Bank
- Maumee Valley Habitat for Humanity
- NeighborWorks of Toledo
- St. Paul’s Community Center
- Tabernacle Church
- Toledo Preferred Properties
It is important to us to provide our community with the tools to increase financial knowledge, which in turn helps grow personal wealth. The ability to make informed, effective decisions about using money is the key to a family’s stability and to the strength of a community. Huntington is committed to teaching students of all ages the importance of a financially healthy life.
- Boys & Girls Club of Toledo
- City of Toledo Youth Scholarship Program
- LISC of Financial Opportunity Center
- Northwest Ohio Homeownership Development Agency
- Tabernacle Church
- United Way
- American Heart Association
- Bowling Green State University
- Salvation Army
- Toledo Museum of Art
- Toledo Public Schools
- Toledo Symphony
- United Way of Greater Toledo
- University of Toledo
Northwest Ohio Branch Locations
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