Old National announced its plan to offer assistance to clients, community members and associates in the wake of the federal government shutdown. Furloughed government employees and employees of federal contractors impacted by the government shutdown can apply for a 90-day, no-fee, interest-free loan of up to $1,500.
Old National Bank recently completed its fourth annual Tools for Schools grant promotion, a company-wide campaign created to help get the school year started right for countless students in need in local communities.
ONB Community Equity LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Old National Bank (“ONB”), will enter as the lead investor in the Monarch Federal Historic Preservation Fund I (“Fund I”) and will also apply its tax credit expertise to provide origination, underwriting and monitoring services to a portion of Fund I’s projects.
Old National Bank recently completed its third annual Tools for Schools grant promotion, a company-wide campaign created to help get the school year started right for countless students in need in local communities.
Old National Bank is sponsoring a $45,000 cash giveaway to benefit local nonprofit organizations. The winners will be chosen by the community. This promotion is only available for Old National banking centers in Wisconsin.
During International Fraud Awareness Week – Nov. 13th to Nov. 19th – Old National Bank is joining companies throughout the world in an effort to educate and protect citizens from financial exploitation schemes.
As part of its ongoing effort to create more sustainable communities, Old National Bank is donating 150 computers to the Digital Divide Project in Madison, Wisconsin. The equipment donation is part of Old National’s partnership with AnchorBank. All AnchorBank branches will be converted to Old National banking centers this weekend.