Engaging Our Associates

Community Engagement

associate engagment

Regions associates come to work every day motivated not only to meet the needs of our customers, but also to help our neighbors beyond the walls of our bank.

Thousands of associates volunteer their time, talent and finances throughout the year to support their local communities.

  • Teach financial education seminars
  • Tutor and mentor students
  • Build and beautify affordable homes
  • Provide technical expertise to nonprofit organizations

We’re proud to support the needs of our local communities and help all members of those communities achieve their visions of a better life.

What A Difference A Day Makes

Through the What A Difference A Day Makes volunteer program, our associates have the opportunity to take one paid day off each year to make life better by volunteering with community organizations and giving back where we work and live within the communities Regions serves.

Share the Good®

Share the Good® is an annual program organized by Regions associates. Thousands volunteer at the dozens of initiatives happening in the local communities we serve. Read more about how our associates make a meaningful difference in the lives of others.

United Way®

Over the past five years, Regions and our associates have donated $35 million to more than 80 local United Way® agencies in the communities Regions serves. Associates also help partner agencies carry out their critical missions.

  • Meal delivery for homebound seniors
  • Health-related research, advocacy, and services
  • Stable housing for veterans
  • Shelter for abused women and children
  • Mentors for at-risk children
  • Job training to people with disabilities
  • Financial education

Matching Gifts Program

Full-time associates and recent retirees (up to 5 years after retirement) of Regions and its affiliated companies can request a Regions Matching Gift to eligible organizations. The recipient organization must be a 501(c) or 170(c) organization located in the Regions footprint (except for accredited educational institutions, which may be located anywhere in the United States) and has a primary mission that clearly fits one of these categories:

  • Economic and Community Development: Supporting economic prosperity through affordable housing, job creation, small-business development, homebuyer education and retention, neighborhood revitalization and stabilization, food security/hunger relief
  • Education and Workforce Readiness: Supporting career prosperity through Pre-K to 12th grade initiatives, teacher training and post-secondary partnerships
  • Financial Wellness: Supporting financial prosperity through K-12 and college financial education, adult and workforce financial empowerment
  • Arts and Culture: Organizations that promote visual or performing arts, historical or science museums, zoos, botanical gardens, libraries, parks or public radio and television
  • Service Members and Veterans: Organizations that have a primary mission of supporting U.S. military service members and veterans
  • Individuals with Disabilities: Organizations that have a primary mission of supporting individuals with disabilities

Associates and recent retirees can submit matching gift requests on the Regions Community Engagement Central.