Pittsburgh Region

With our branches and scores of dedicated team members, we support efforts to build small businesses and fund nonprofit organizations in the Pittsburgh region. We also believe in rolling up our sleeves and pitching in when we're needed.

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A Personal Investment in Stronger Communities

Northside Community Development Fund

We started out as small business more than a century ago, and we want to help others get their start. As a tax credit partner through the Pennsylvania Neighborhood Partnership Program, Huntington has committed funding and technical support to the Northside Community Development Fund (NSCDF) since 2007.

The organization provides affordable financing and technical assistance to encourage business expansion, housing development and job creation on the north side of Pittsburgh. Additionally, NSCDF helps with the development of women and minority-owned businesses.

Overall, NSCDF has provided financial support to more than 150 small businesses, including micro financing and equity investments.

Housing the homeless in Steubenville

Thanks in part to our efforts, ground was broken last October for Lighthouse Haven, a $1.8 million dollar center in downtown Steubenville. The facility will serve the homeless who suffer from mental illness, substance abuse and physical disabilities.

Huntington was the sponsoring bank for grant funding from the Federal Home Loan Bank’s Affordable Housing Program. The center will include ten supportive-living apartments for individuals and families. Jefferson Behavioral Health Systems will provide programs and services for residents.

Community Investment and Affordable Housing Partnerships:

•Garfield Glen: Garfield Glen consists of a 45 unit; Single-Family, Lease-Purchase project developed using LIHTC in the Northeast suburb (Garfield Heights) of Pittsburgh. The subject project will be a re-development involving the new construction of townhomes and detached homes on infill lots over a five block radius in the Bloomfield-Garfield neighborhood. A total of 27 detached homes and 18 townhome/duplex units will be built ranging from 1,100–1,800 square feet. All units provide two to four beds. Garfield Glen will complement the successful homeownership development by providing a rental option with similar amenities for families they may not have the means to purchase their home.

•E-Magnify: Piloted “business blitzes” that partners Huntington’s Business Specialists and District Manager with a seasoned E-Magnify counselor to provide financial education to established businesses in underserved markets.

•Small Business Working Group (PCRG): The Small Business Working Group (SBWG) is one of PCRG's newest working groups with a core focus on small business capital, building technical assistance connection among parties and commercial development in our neighborhoods. Small Business Working Group will focuses on enabling community based organizations to bring impactful capital/banking services to their small businesses.

•Seeds for Growth: In October, Huntington presented a free educational program, “Seeds for Growth,” that addressed many of the issues facing nonprofits from this region. Some of the topics addressed at the Huntington Seeds for Growth program were: current and pending regulatory developments, leveraging the commonwealth resources, best practices for budgeting and contingency planning, planned giving and fundraising, advancing your organization's story, reducing stress in your organization and the ever changing landscape of social media.

•Backpacks: The bank again donated 3,000 backpacks in August to help low-income families squeezed by the cost of sending children back to school. Huntington’s donation was supported by Big Lots Inc., which provided discounted pricing for the backpacks. This year, in a new addition to the program, Huntington employed Life's Work, a nonprofit agency to help bank colleagues with stuffing the backpacks.


Junior Achievement at Sister Thea Bowman Catholic Academy

Huntington strongly supports financial literacy efforts to help our current -- and future -- customers learn how to be smart with their money. real world. They learn how to generate wealth and manage their money. Additionally, the students are taught the basic principles of entrepreneurship and how jobs are created.

Since 2011, more than 300 of our colleagues have lent hundreds of hours of their expertise through our partnership with Junior Achievement.  Junior Achievement BizTown® is a registered trademark of Junior Achievement USA and JA Worldwide.

Supporting education through scholarships and awards

A good education is invaluable, and we want to reward students whose scholastic efforts have earned them recognition. Huntington is pleased to support various scholarship and award programs. These include the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference (OVAC) Scholarship, (the provider of the largest OVAC scholarship in 2014), the Martin Luther King Essay Contest in Steubenville and the Herald-Star Jefferson County Spelling Bee.

Financial Education Partners:

•Catholic Charities and the U.S. Western District Court banking fair for recent parolees

•Financial Education Consortium of Pittsburgh

•Foundation for Free Enterprise

•Huntington Kids' Club: This program sets up a mock bank for elementary school children to run.

•My Money My Life: A program started by the Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, and nine local banks, including Huntington, to provide 16- to 19-year-olds from low-to-moderate-income neighborhoods with financial education.

•Operation Hope: Banking On Our Future

•Pittsburgh Saves

Showing Our Support for those in Need

We believe in giving back to the community that has given us so much. More than 30 Huntington Insurance team members have devoted countless hours serving the greater Pittsburgh community.

Examples of the good works include participating in the Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh’s Good Deeds Day, preparing and serving meals at the Light of Life Rescue Mission and collecting donations for the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank in the city’s iconic Market Square.

We’ve also raised funds for Pelotonia that supports cancer research, and participated in a “Giving Tree” holiday gift drive for the AAdvantage Foundation that serves individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Meeting Critical Needs Partners:


•Big Brothers, Big Sisters

•Children's Home of Pittsburgh

•Dog Day Festival

•Dollar Energy Fund

•Governor Ed Rendell's Get Help Now Desk, a state-wide help desk to help those in need during the economic downturn. Huntington colleagues donated 100 hours to respond to callers seeking credit counseling, foreclosure prevention, credit repair, housing and predatory loan arbitration.

•Heritage Community Initiative

•Hometown Heroes Salute

•Jefferson County Fourth Street Clinic

•Penn State Extension Beaver County

•Salvation Army

•Tiger Pause

•United Way of Beaver County

•United Way of Jefferson County

•Weirton United Way

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