Old National Bank Foundation Grants

Old National Bank

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Next deadline: Aug 13, 2020 10:00am PDT

Later deadlines: Jan 30, 2021 10:00am PST, May 14, 2021 10:00am PDT

Grant amount: Approximately US $10,000

Fields of work: Education Workforce Preparation & Job Readiness Economic Services & Development Financial Literacy Real Estate & Housing

Applicant type: Nonprofit

Funding uses: Education / Outreach, Project / Program

Location of project: Vermilion County, Illinois, Counties in Indiana: Allen County, Daviess County, Delaware County, Dubois County Show all

Location of residency: Vermilion County, Illinois, Counties in Indiana: Allen County, Daviess County, Delaware County, Dubois County Show all

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Overview:

Please note: With the widespread impact of COVID-19, we are temporarily lifting the restriction of funding 100 percent salaries and general operations effective April 15, 2020.

Background

The Old National Bank Foundation makes contributions to nonprofit organizations to fund widespread community impact programs and/or projects. The Foundation is part of Old National's overall charitable giving initiative, which enables us to support programs that improve quality of life in areas of Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin where our clients, associates and shareholders live and work.

Our Mission

The Old National Bank Foundation believes that social responsibility is essential to fostering vibrant, sustainable communities. We realize this belief through strategic partnerships with charitable organizations addressing defined community needs.

Vision

Old National Bank Foundation will foster communities that strive for impactful economic development, excellence and equity ineducation, and improved quality of life.

Funding Priorities

Our funding targets innovative programs that enhance the quality of life within our communities in support of the following strategic initiatives: Affordable Housing, Economic Development, Workforce Development, Financial Literacy and Early Education. Priority consideration is given to programs that target low- to moderate-income families. Examples of funding priorities with measurable outcome focus areas include:

Affordable Housing

  •  Increase homeownership opportunities
  • Promote multi-family housing developments
  • Enhance neighborhood stabilization and vitality
  • Improve household stability

Economic Development

  • Increase neighborhood revitalization initiatives
  • Improve long-term sustainability of organizations in addressing community needs
  • Strengthen community resource infrastructure

Financial Literacy

  • Build knowledge/skills in savings, budgeting and debt management
  • Build knowledge/skills in banking services
  • Improve financial behaviors

Education Achievement

  • Improve educational readiness and achievement
  • Increase access to quality education
  • Increase access to impactful mentoring programs

Workforce Development

  • Build skills/knowledge and improve achievement gain
  • Increase entrepreneurship initiatives
  • Increase access to business coaching
  • Increase job creation, employment entry, and retention opportunities

Foundation Grant

This grant application is open to nonprofit organizations that meet the eligibility requirements as outlined These organizations must also be located within our corporate footprint and seeking to carry out programs related directly to our funding priorities, mission and vision. Applicants should expect a waiting period of up to 12 weeks from submission to final decision making

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