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Regions Community Investments

Regions Bank is committed to the success of our communities. We serve an important role by actively supporting causes that have a clear and positive impact.

We deliver our support through community investments as well as through volunteerism and connecting associates with service opportunities at nonprofits that can benefit from our skills and experience.

To maximize our impact, Regions is refocusing its strategy for community investments and engagement by establishing three key priorities. Together, these priorities will help us foster more inclusive growth across the communities we serve:

  1. Economic & Community Development - Increase economic prosperity through:
    • Affordable housing
    • Job creation
    • Small business development
    • Homebuyer education & retention
    • Neighborhood revitalization & stabilization
  2. Education & Workforce Readiness - Increase career prosperity through:
    • Pre-K to 12th grade initiatives
    • Teacher training
    • Post-secondary partnerships
  3. Financial Wellness - Increase financial prosperity through:
    • K-12 and college financial literacy
    • Adult and workforce financial empowerment
    • Integrated asset building

Eligible organizations* focused on these three strategic priorities are invited to submit a request on our online portal.

* Organizations that fall in the categories below are not eligible for contributions:

  • Organizations discriminating on the basis of race, color, gender, national origin or familial status
  • Organizations lacking tax-exempt status under the Internal Revenue Code
  • Political organizations or candidates seeking political office
  • Religious organizations or activities exclusively advocating for a particular religion, faith or creed
  • Annual operating campaigns of organizations already supported by United Way
  • Athletic scholarships or organizations sponsoring athletic scholarships
  • Alumni associations
  • National fund drives or national organizations with no direct ties to the communities Regions serves