12 Steps to Financial Success - Empowers at-risk adults, specifically those incarcerated for non-violent offenses, to take control of their future and achieve financial success. The program not only empowers participants with financial knowledge, but also encourages them to empower others once they re-enter society. This program was nationally recognized from the American Bankers Association (ABA) as the recipient for the 2015 Community Commitment Award for Financial Education.
Bank On – The Bank On program provides mainstream financial services to those who would not otherwise have a banking relationship, and it equips individuals to successfully manage their accounts. Old National led the way in implementing the first Bank On program in the Midwest and has played a key role as the program has been replicated in many other communities
Realityapolis - Created by Old National Bank in conjunction with the Girl Scouts of Southwest Indiana, Realityapolis is an interactive, hands-on game that helps middle schoolers develop financial knowledge in a FUN way!
Money Safety for Seniors - Old National’s Money $afety for Seniors course outlines how to detect, protect against and report the financial exploitation of seniors.