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Southern Ohio/Northern Kentucky


Huntington has a long legacy of giving back to the Southern Ohio/Northern Kentucky region, and we’re grateful for the opportunity. We help build stronger, safer communities, where everyone has access to a greater quality of life. Here’s how our work helps support communities.

Huntington's Southern Ohio/Northern Kentucky Region is headquartered in Cincinnati. Read below to see how we help support our communities.

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.

The event, which hosts nearly 900 people, supports the ongoing maintenance needed to keep Smale Riverfront Park beautiful and green for years to come. That means families will continue to have tranquil places to exercise, play and relax.

The afternoon luncheon takes place under the tent at the Schmidlapp Lawn in Smale Riverfront Park. Buy your tickets online at

Community Investment and Affordable Housing

  • Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation (3CDC)
  • Cincinnati Home Ownership Center
  • Haddon Hall
  • Interfaith Hospitality Network of Springfield

We support programs that help families and individuals with housing, counseling, foreclosure avoidance, and affordable mortgages including:

  • CityWide Development Corporation
  • Neighborhood Housing Partnership of Greater Springfield
  • Talbert House
  • Working in Neighborhoods

Meeting Critical Needs

Project Backpack: We provide more than 1,500 backpacks with school supplies to organizations in Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky, Dayton and Springfield serving disadvantaged youth including:

  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Clermont County
  • Chatfield College
  • Clark State Champion City Scholars
  • The Salvation Army
  • Anna Louise Inn
  • First Step Home
  • Crayons to Classrooms

Society of St. Vincent de Paul Annual Fan Drive and Retro Fittings: We accept cash contributions at our branches to purchase new fans during the hot summer months for those who are less fortunate, and we support the annual Retro Fittings event where St. Vincent de Paul and the University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art & Planning (DAAP) team up to showcase original fashion designs of the students. As part of their curriculum, DAAP fashion design students are provided a $10 voucher to a St. Vincent de Paul thrift store to purchase the materials to create original couture.

Other organizations we support include:

  • Bethany House
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Clark County
  • Clark State Foundation
  • Junior Achievement
  • Mercy Neighborhood Ministries
  • Rocking Horse Community Center
  • Talbert House
  • University of Cincinnati's Economics Center for Education & Research
  • United Way
  • Whole Again International
  • Working In Neighborhoods
  • YMCA of Greater Cincinnati
  • YMCA of Greater Dayton
  • YWCA of Greater Cincinnati

Financial Education

Colleagues volunteer time teaching the importance of saving, budgeting, spending wisely, removing obstacles to homeownership, tax preparation, and more. Long-term relationships include Accounting for Kids Day®, Brighton Center Inc., Cincinnati Home Ownership Center, Junior Achievement, Northern Kentucky University scholarship program, and various local schools.

Through our sponsorship and participation since 2000, colleagues share their financial knowledge on Accounting For Kids Day® by making the subject of money and finances fun and showing the value of a dollar to Cincinnati Public School students. Our colleagues have a great time playing a game about buying and selling stocks with students. In 1993, through Cincinnati Youth Collaborative’s Partners in Education program, we began working with Rothenberg Preparatory Academy.

Dayton colleagues conduct an eight-week banking class during the summer at the Dayton Community Action Partnership's Trotwood Youth Empowerment Center location with students in age from 11 to 14 years old. Topics include: have money/need money; check book management; savings and more. 

We provide Junior Achievement's programs to students in all of our markets.

Additional Community Involvement

We provide ongoing financial support and advice to area businesses through involvement with various organizations such as the African American Chamber of Commerce, Hamilton County Development Corporation, Downtown Cincinnati Inc., Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber of Commerce, Vision 2015, Tri-County Economic Development Foundation, and many other local chambers of commerce. 

Other organizations we support include:

  • AIDS Resource Center Ohio
  • The Alois Alzheimer Foundation
  • American Heart Association
  • ArtsWave
  • Chatfield College
  • Cincinnati Children's Hospital
  • Cincinnati Opera
  • Cincinnati Parks Foundation
  • Cincinnati Waldorf School
  • Community Foundation of West Chester/Liberty
  • Crimestoppers
  • Dayton Children's Hospital
  • Downtown Cincinnati Inc.
  • The Karen Wellington Foundation
  • Playhouse In The Park
  • Springfield Arts Council
  • University of Cincinnati Foundation
  • Vison 2015
  • Xavier University


Our colleagues dedicate their time to volunteer throughout the communities we serve. We donate resources and help raise money for many organizations that work to improve the quality of life in Greater Cincinnati, Miami Valley and Northern Kentucky. Each year, more than 250 colleagues participate in Huntington-sanctioned and sponsored events to help non-profit organizations meeting critical needs in Southern Ohio/Northern Kentucky.

Our Connecting with Community programs with WCPO TV 9 in Greater Cincinnati and WDTV TV 2 in Dayton/Springfield feature these efforts. Several non-profits featured on these programs include:

  • American Heart Association
  • Junior Achievement
  • Honor Flight
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • St. Vincent de Paul

Southern Ohio/Northern Kentucky Contact:
Sally Gardner
The Huntington National Bank
Fourth & Walnut Center
105 East Fourth Street, 200A
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-762-1878 Phone
513-762-1873 Fax