Community InvolvementInvesting in the community
At IBERIABANK, the communities we serve are
at the heart of everything we do.
We're Making an Impact
Strength in Numbers
As one of the strongest banks in the Southeast, we are fortunate that the communities we serve support us every day. It is our privilege to support charitable, educational, cultural and business development efforts that make a difference in the communities we serve.
Most recently, 497 associates volunteered at 480 different organizations over the course of 10,192 hours. We contributed $1.9 million dollars to communities and organizations across the Southeast.
We Can’t Do It Alone
Our outstanding partners make these projects possible. Here are just a few of the organizations we’ve teamed up with to support our communities.
- Alabama Small Business Development Initiative (AL)
- Birmingham Zoo (AL)
- Junior Achievement of Arkansas (AR)
- Grace Place for Children & Families (FL)
- Habitat for Humanity (FL)
- Atlanta Track Club (GA)
- The Idea Village (LA)
- United Way (LA)
- Memphis Zoological Society (TN)
- St. Paul Medical Foundation (TX)
Our Work in Action
Grace Place has become an educational touchstone for the Golden Gate community. At Grace Place, the children and families of Golden Gate city are empowered to change the course of their future through education. Pioneering holistic family education in Collier County, Grace Place works across the spectrum to break the cycle of poverty.
HEALS' mission is to deliver accessible, quality, school-based, primary health care for children through collaborative efforts with school systems and the medical, dental, and mental health communities. By providing accessible school-based health care for eligible economically disadvantaged children, HEALS is a real solution to the health care crisis by providing these children with a medical and dental home.
IBERIABANK’s commitment to education and youth development is evident throughout the entire New Orleans community, and specifically in our partnership with The Youth Empowerment Project on Oretha Castle Haley in Central City. YEP is the region’s most established agency working with at-risk, out of school youths. With IBERIABANK’s support, YEP has provided a “Teen Camp”, engaging hundreds of children in impactful activities such as financial literacy and meaningful life skills learning experiences. Our partnership extends to our associates participation on the YEP Board of Directors as well as hands –on participation at the camp.
The Innovation Hub is a nonprofit organization dedicated to talent and enterprise development, and is the IN place where Arkansas entrepreneurs and innovators find support for success. Furthermore, all of its programs have been developed with local, regional and state partners.
Education is the cornerstone of individual and community success. United Way is committed to individuals in Central Alabama achieving educational success. It begins with quality Pre-K, continues with performing at grade level, progresses at the admittance and completion of a post-secondary educational program, and concludes upon entrance in the workforce prepared. United Way does this through partnerships with quality Pre-K programs, supporting after-school youth development programs, professional development programs, and programs that teach life skills. Success by 6 is United Way of Central Alabama’s initiative focusing on increasing access to quality early learning.
The Deaf Action Center promotes the independence of the deaf, the hard-of-hearing, and the multi-handicapped deaf in Louisiana. We provide financial support to the Deaf Action Center, a non-profit community organization serving low-to-moderate income individuals.
Harvest House is a social service and homeless provider in Sarasota, FL that provides permanent supportive, transitional, and emergency housing for families, veterans and offenders recently released from the local jail. Harvest House also provides affordable, residential drug & alcohol treatment for individuals. Each individual and family in Harvest House is assigned a case manager to assist them during the transition into their new lives. Educational courses, including addiction awareness, mental health counseling, financial literacy, life & employability skills, anger management, parenting development, and many more are accessible to every participant. Harvest House also provides low-income home rentals for families and individuals who are homeless or teetering on homelessness.