As a community-focused financial institution, Old National has a long history of working to support and fund many causes in the communities we serve. We recognize that today, due to COVID-19, the needs are more critical than ever.

To best serve our communities during this time, Old National has allotted $1.2 million toward COVID-19 relief. This will include:

  • $600,000 in funding focused on meeting the immediate needs in our communities, with an emphasis on low-to-moderate income communities. Old National associates in the communities we serve have already been working to identify recipient organizations for these funds.
  • $600,000 in Old National Bank Foundation grant funding that will focus on longer-term restorative and transformational needs within our communities. Visit the ONB Foundation web page, where you will find contact information and a link to our grant application.

“Our firm commitment and focus today is on supporting our clients, team members and communities during the COVID-19 pandemic," said Old National Chairman & CEO Jim Ryan. "With this goal in mind, we are devoting $1.2 million to COVID-19 relief efforts - both immediate and near-term - while also working diligently to help our clients take advantage of our own internal relief programs and the various government support programs.”

Since 1834, Old National has positioned ourselves as a financial institution with a firm commitment to supporting those who live and work in our communities. Even as a bank recognized for our strength and stability, we know we’re made even stronger by the clients we serve and the communities we call home.

During this unprecedented time, we are actively looking for ways to partner with our communities and provide financial support to help us all come through this together.