In celebration of Black History Month and beyond

We’re honored to celebrate Black History Month which recognizes the accomplishments and contributions of African Americans. We’re committed to partnering with you to continue that legacy all year. Whether personal, family or business, our experienced bankers and wide range of products and services can help you achieve your financial goals.

We’re committed to the community.

We’re highlighting four organizations that work to improve and empower our communities. We’re honored to partner with them throughout the year.

Chicago Urban League

The Chicago Urban League works for economic, educational and social progress for African Americans. It promotes strong, sustainable communities through advocacy, collaboration and innovation. Through its Housing and Financial Empowerment Center, it addresses inequities in economic stabilization. It does this for both African American and low- to moderate-income communities. With the support of partners like U.S. Bank, it offers these services to individuals and households.

Los Angeles Urban League

The Los Angeles Urban League works to help African Americans and other minorities to secure economic self-reliance, parity, power and civil rights through an array of services. With the support of U.S. Bank, donors, volunteers and staff, it educates and empowers through targeted social programs and advocating for issues that benefit our communities.

Riverworks Development Corporation Milwaukee

Riverworks Development Corporation (RDC) promotes economic prosperity. It does this by providing coordinated resources for residents and businesses, focusing on the Riverworks neighborhoods. In partnership with U.S. Bank, RDC launched THE VIBE, which provides office space and support services for business startups. Entrepreneurs may access communal offices and attend financial education workshops led by U.S. Bank volunteers.

Grace Hill Women’s Business Center – St. Louis

Grace Hill Women’s Business Center (WBC), founded in 1999, is an economic development initiative within Grace Hill Settlement House. It is dedicated to providing micro-business development for aspiring entrepreneurs. Its primary focus is supporting minority women in the community. WBC offers a variety of programs, including business counseling, seminars and speaker series. It also offers Workshop in Business Opportunities (WIBO), which is an in-depth, 16-week business development training workshop.

Increase your Financial IQ.

You’ll find a wealth of information in our Financial IQ site. From managing today’s budgets to strategizing tomorrow’s plans, Financial IQ is another tool that can help you meet your financial goals. In addition, we’ve partnered with TuneIn to create a new Podcast series called, The Save Space. Each episode focuses on a different financial topic. Experts and ordinary people share their ideas, stories and tips to help you on your journey to reach your goals.

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