Our commitment to the community
First Tennessee is investing $4 Billion to broaden access to financial resources in underserved communities in the Southeast.
Spirit of service
Each year our corporate volunteer programs contribute more than 10,000 volunteer hours to create healthier and more sustainable communities.
Culture of giving
Since 1993, our Foundation has invested more than $90 million in grants to nonprofit organizations focusing on arts and culture, education and leadership, environmental sustainability and financial literacy.
We are committed to meeting the credit needs of our communities to promote growth and economic sustainability.
Education and empowerment
Understanding that financial literacy is a key to economic empowerment, we invest in programs that teach financial fundamentals.
First Tennessee has invested in community development initiatives to revitalize neighborhoods and provide economic stability, earning a satisfactory rating in our most recent Community Reinvestment Act Evaluation.