Southern Ohio/Northern Kentucky Region
Huntington is intent on supporting small businesses and funding new projects that will bring more jobs to the SouthernOhio and Kentucky region. We're also committed to contributing our time and financial support to help those underserved in the community.
Protect Our Parks
Help us give families greener places to play and relax. Join Huntington, a proud sponsor, in support of the "Hats Off Luncheon," founded to support Smale Riverfront Park.
About Your Neighborhood
Cincinnati, Ohio is the regional headquarters of Huntington Bank’s Southern Ohio/Northern Kentucky region. Huntington 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 Southern Ohio/Northern Kentucky. The leadership and the colleagues at the bank take this role seriously. These programs underscore the innovation that is a hallmark of Huntington’s efforts to support Southern Ohio/Northern Kentucky programs and nonprofits for the long-term.
We believe in doing the right thing.
It’s a fun, financial literacy event that overall brought together more than 700 volunteers, representing 68 organizations, who worked with approximately 3,900 students of Cincinnati Public Schools.
Sixty of our colleagues participated using the Ohio CPA Foundation’s FETCH!® game (Financial Education Teaches Children Healthy Habits). The fun, interactive board game teaches kids in 5th and 6th grades the importance of budgeting, saving and spending -- all through the simulated experience of owning a pet dog.
Not everyone diagnosed with breast cancer will live to see a cure, and dealing with the disease can be stressful and upsetting every day. The foundation provides a much-needed distraction for patients by sending them on vacations, treating them to relaxing spa days with friends and providing special lunches or nights out on the town.
All of these efforts give women with breast cancer something positive to look forward to in between medical appointments and chemo treatments.
As part of the Banking on Our Community event in June, a dozen Huntington team members spent a day cleaning and landscaping the meditation garden at the SVDP West End Outreach Center, and helped the Society relocate seasonal donations to a new warehouse/storage center.
And for more than nine years, we’ve supported the Society’s Fan and Air Conditioner Drive to help local needy families beat the summer heat. We publicized the drive in our Connecting with the Community TV ads and accepted monetary donations at our branches in Cincinnati.
The University of Cincinnati’s Pershing Rifles Color Guard performed the flag raising. Huntington Regional President Kevin Jones, Cincinnati Vice Mayor David Mann, and representatives from local veteran’s organizations all spoke at the ceremony. Sam Ross, daughter of our colleague, Michael Ross, sang the national anthem.
The next day, many of our colleagues participated in the 2nd annual Disabled American Veterans 5K Run, Walk, Roll and Motorcycle Ride in Cincinnati. The event raised funds to support wounded veterans and their families.
In addition to basic money management lessons, 10 team members provided classes on income taxes, insurance and human resources – topics rarely covered in traditional financial education. The program was so successful that our colleagues were invited back to deliver a 200-level course and partner with mentees for long-term personal mentoring.
- CityWide Development Corporation
- Neighborhood Housing Partnership of Greater Springfield
- Talbert House
- Working in Neighborhoods
- Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation (3CDC)
- Cincinnati Home Ownership Center
- Haddon Hall
- Interfaith Hospitality Network of Springfield
Branch locations for Southern Ohio and Northern Kentucky
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