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Old National receives Civic 50 award for community engagement

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Old National Bancorp was named among the 50 most community-minded companies in the U.S. by Points of Light.

Points of Light is a global nonprofit. The organization has recognized the 50 most community-minded companies yearly since 2012. Its Civic 50 award is based on employee volunteerism, community investment and social impact programs. The Civic 50 honorees are companies with annual U.S. revenues of at least $1 billion.

“Old National is honored to be recognized by Points of Light as an organization that truly puts our values into action,” said Jim Ryan, Old National chairman and CEO, in a press release. “This is a testament to our strong company culture and to the passion and dedication of our team members who donated more than 57,000 volunteer hours in 2023 alone.”

The Civic 50 companies for 2024 engaged a combined total of 450,000 employees. Those employees volunteered over 6.5 million hours in their communities. Together, the organizations donated over $1.5 billion in funds and over $2.6 billion in goods and services.

“Expectations for companies to be leaders in civic engagement continue to increase,”said Jennifer Sirangelo, Points of Light president and CEO. “Old National demonstrates how to maximize the full range of their assets – from people power to policy to financial contributions – to meet pressing needs and create thriving communities where they live and work.”

Old National Bancorp is the holding company of Old National Bank. Founded in 1834, Old National has banking centers throughout the Midwest. The company's headquarters are in Evansville and Chicago.

Georgia-based Points of Light works to mobilize volunteers. The nonprofit has affiliates in 39 countries and partners with thousands of nonprofits and corporations. The organization’s name was inspired by President George H.W. Bush’s 1989 inaugural address. Bush shared his vision of “a thousand points of light” — individuals and organizations across the nation helping others through service.

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