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Old National associates volunteering in the community

Old National encourages associates to give back to our communities by volunteering.


Old National provides our team members with 24 paid hours each year for volunteering. Team members enjoy mentoring children, building Habitat homes, teaching financial education classes — and more!


    • Total volunteer hours for Old National team members in 2023: 57,369
    • More than 1 million team member volunteer hours donated since 2006

    Each year, Old National recognizes one volunteer among our ranks whose passion for community and commitment to serving others sets them apart. In 2023, we were pleased to honor Cindy Green-Deutsch as our Volunteer of the Year.

Cindy Green-Deutsch – 2023 Volunteer of the Year

A Community Banking Market Manager in DeKalb, Illinois, Cindy recorded a remarkable 1,133 volunteer hours in 2023. Much of that time was spent serving as a volunteer emergency medical technician (EMT) with the Shabbona, Illinois Fire Department.

“Anyone can write a check, but it’s important to show up,” Cindy says. “I don’t always have money to give, but I have time to give.”

Additionally, Cindy volunteers with Meals on Wheels, Feed My Starving Children, Junior Achievement, the Aurora Food Pantry, the DeKalb Chamber Leadership, her local United Way chapter and more.

“Cindy has a passion for helping people,” explains her direct supervisor at Old National, Marg Simkowski. “She leads by example and works to find the balance in getting others involved to continue to fill the needs in her community.”

Thank you to Cindy for her commitment to community, and for consistently putting Old National’s values in action. And a big thanks, as well, to all our Old National volunteers, who showed up and made a difference in our communities throughout 2023.

Cindy Green-Deutsch