Our support has enabled La Paz to establish Chattanooga’s first Latino Cultural Center. Serving over 6,000 area Latinos each year, La Paz provides culturally and linguistically specific programs and services to empower Chattanooga’s Latino community with networking, consulting, leadership development and other opportunities.
A nonprofit provider of behavioral health services for more than 70 years, the Helen Ross McNabb Center serves children, adults and families experiencing mental illness, addiction and social challenges. Our contributions support the Center’s efforts to provide these vital resources to the East Tennessee community.
Established in 1986, The ETSU Center for Banking is a resource for students, bankers, and researchers on banking topics. Our Foundation’s support helps the Center for Banking continue to provide quality education while promoting and supporting economic and technical development in the region.
Our Foundation’s support helps the Hunter, a nationally recognized cultural hub, continue its mission to engage diverse audiences in active dialogues about the importance, meaning and relevance of American Art.
Founded in 1953, OGC provides programs and services for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities that include basic care, job training/support, music and art. Today, OGC serves nearly 1,000 children and adults, and our Foundation’s support helps OGC continue its important work in the Chattanooga community.
Our support helps one of the largest and most comprehensive food banks in the country – and the East Tennessee region’s largest hunger-relief charity – feed the hungry through its mobile food pantries and warehouse. In addition, First Horizon Bank employees regularly volunteer with the organization.
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