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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 2022: 46,739
    • 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 2022, we were pleased to honor Kim Hagan as our Volunteer of the Year.

Kim Hagan – 2022 Volunteer of the Year

A Community Market Manager based in Jasper, Indiana, Kim logged an amazing 438 volunteer hours in 2022. She has been an active leader and organizer for Old National’s signature 100 Cooks Who Care event and was instrumental in organizing her market’s participation in our inaugural Better Together Volunteer Days.

Kim is also a volunteer teacher for Junior Achievement, a Jasper Elementary and Middle School PTO volunteer, a youth sports volunteer and “Blessing Boxes” coordinator.

“Volunteering makes strong communities, and that is something we can all benefit from,” said Kim. “My family inspires me to be involved, and I’m fortunate to work with amazing people who are also passionate about volunteering.”

“Kim has accomplished a lot and sets an example for all of us. It’s a whole new level of leadership when people follow you who don’t report to you. That’s real leadership. That’s Kim,” said Old National CEO Jim Ryan.

This award is given annually to the ONB team member who exemplifies the meaning of community care and involvement. The recipient receives $1,000 to donate to the charity of their choice.

Thank you to Kim for her commitment to community service and for consistently putting Old National’s values in action. And a big thanks to all Old National volunteers, who together logged nearly 47,000 volunteer hours in 2022, supporting nearly 1,700 organizations.

Kim Hagan