Community Commitment Community is Everything 

At Cadence Bank, a commitment to the communities across our footprint is a large part of who we are. Strong communities build strong banks. In turn, strong banks empower the communities they serve. We make a difference in the areas we serve by working with our customers fairly and responsibly. We invest in communities we’re a part of by supporting economic development, financial education, and by our commitment to diversity and inclusion.

For Cadence Bank, community is everything, and we are committed to supporting the towns, cities and states we call home.

Teammate Volunteers 

Every year, Cadence Bank teammates roll up their sleeves and eagerly volunteer their time and expertise to help our communities. Whether distributing food boxes, running for a cure or helping build a home, when a need arises in one of the many neighborhoods we call home, our teammates are ready to answer the call.

Financial Education

Members of the Cadence Bank family understand that financial education skills can go a long way in changing the financial future for individuals. Throughout the communities we serve, we invest volunteer hours to teach classes on saving, budgeting, borrowing and owning a home. Additionally, we provide a variety of tools and resources on our website, like calculators and articles full of information to assist in all our customers’ financial needs. By teaching smart financial habits and simplifying complex financial concepts, Cadence teammates are strengthening the financial capability of our community.

Homeownership Within Reach

Cadence Bank helps make owning a home a reality for families through our Right@Home® mortgage program, which assists in making homes more affordable and sustainable. With reduced closing costs and down payment requirements, a Right@Home mortgage offers many benefits to qualified applicants.

Small Business

Small businesses are the lifeblood of our nation. Cadence Bank is committed to helping business owners and entrepreneurs secure the credit they need to realize the dream of owning their own business, operating more efficiently and creating jobs that will positively impact the local economy.

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