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.
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.
The Old National Bank Foundation contributes annually to the United Way throughout our footprint. Due to this contribution, United Ways are not eligible for other grant funding opportunities.
Each year, the Old National Bank Foundation endeavors to fund as many initiatives that meet our funding priorities as possible across our footprint. Due to the volume of applications received, each is evaluated on a competitive basis as we strive to fund programs with strong impact and measurable outcomes. As a result, large-scale initiatives, capital campaigns or strategic investment requests will be accepted by invitation only. Please send an overview/executive summary of this funding opportunity for initial review by Foundation staff to email@example.com
Note: Some requests that are not eligible for funding through the Old National Bank Foundation may be eligible for a sponsorship. Please visit the Sponsorship section of our website to learn more.
The grant application is open to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations that are seeking to carry out programs related directly to our funding priorities, mission and vision. (Because our grants management software is administered through SmartSimple, you will receive a pop-up window with a message that you are leaving our site. Please select "Yes, leave site" to continue to the application.)
Our next grant cycle will open on July 15, 2020. Please note: Grant application cycle dates, funding priorities, restrictions, and other helpful information can be found in our Guidelines and FAQ. It is required that applicants review this document prior to submitting an application.