Pittsburgh-based Bank Seeks To Address Challenges In Black Community
July 15, 2020
F.N.B. Corporation, parent company of First National Bank based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, announced a $250 million commitment intended to promote economic investments in underserved communities within its market footprint through its support of affordable housing and small business initiatives, workforce and cultural preservation opportunities, financial education programs, community organization partnerships and infrastructure investments.
“FNB reaffirms its commitment to the regions we serve, including predominantly African American and low-to-moderate income communities throughout our footprint,” said Vincent J. Delie, Jr., chairman, president and CEO of F.N.B. Corporation and First National Bank. “We are committed to providing impactful resources to ensure that these vibrant and culturally important communities overcome historic, social and racial inequities.”
This pledge builds on FNB’s mandate to support vulnerable and traditionally underserved communities and furthers its mission of improving the quality of life in its markets. The pledge also specifically acknowledges and seeks to address the unique challenges faced by the Black community. Throughout its footprint, the company has strategically invested millions of dollars in local initiatives and relief funds that stimulate job growth, create affordable housing opportunities and champion overall social and economic development.
Visit First National Bank’s website to learn more about its legacy of community engagement and commitment to diversity and inclusion.
F.N.B. Corporation is a diversified financial services company operating in seven states and the District of Columbia.
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