Bank On Louisville is committed to helping residents access safe and affordable banking products and services. Our partners span across local nonprofit and community organizations to local government agencies, all working to help improve the financial stability of residents in Louisville, KY.
Bank On Louisville is part of the national Bank On movement; like dozens of other Bank On coalitions across the country, Bank On Louisville partners across sectors to work to connect residents to banking products certified as meeting the Bank On National Account Standards. Bank On Louisville also helps residents with information about how to use these products effectively and how to navigate the consumer finance marketplace successfully. Bank On coalitions provide outreach and programming to connect residents to safe financial products, partner with local financial institutions to facilitate account access, and work to integrate banking access strategies into nonprofit and government social services.
Joining or supporting Bank On Louisville helps us do our critical work of connecting residents to safe and affordable banking products, starting them down a path towards a stronger financial future.
Autotruck Financial Credit Union
Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Louisville Metro Office of Resilience and Community Services
Louisville Asset Building Coalition
Janet Fulton Coaching Projects
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Jewish Family and Career Services
Council on Developmental Disabilities
KY Office of Vocational Rehabilitation
Eastern Area Community Ministries
Louisville Metro Housing Authority
Kentucky Financial Empowerment Commission
Empowerment Champions and legacy partners
The following three Banks represent Bank On Louisville Legacy Partners and Bank On Louisville Financial Empowerment Champions:
- PNC Bank contributes to the Community Financial Empowerment Certification and Training program which provides financial empowerment training to social service staff. PNC Bank is also represented on the Bank On Executive Committee.
- Fifth Third Bank supports financial education for youth and general coalition support. Start Smart is a youth financial educational curriculum developed by Bank On Louisville to serve the financial education needs of youth and young adults throughout the city. Fifth Third Bank is also represented on the Bank On Executive Committee.
- Truist supports financial literacy efforts through the Credit As An Asset curriculum. This workshop and curriculum provides information and tools to build or rebuild a positive credit history. BB&T (now Truist) is also represented on the Bank On Executive Committee.