10 Nonprofits Benefit from Holiday Giving

Cadence Cares Holiday Program

Cadence Cares Holiday Giving ProgramIn the true spirit of holiday giving, Cadence Bank, through its Foundation, has proudly donated $150,000 to 10 nonprofit organizations as part of the annual Cadence Cares Holiday Program. This heartwarming initiative allowed bank customers, teammates and community members to vote for their preferred nonprofits, with the funds distributed based on the number of votes each organization received.

The Cadence Bank Holiday Program garnered over 6,500 votes across the bank’s nine-state footprint. The participating nonprofits all have a mission to improve circumstances for low- and moderate-income families and individuals or revitalize neighborhoods, and will receive their donations from The Cadence Bank Foundation in January 2024.

Among the remarkable organizations benefiting from this initiative are:

  • Boys & Girls Club of America: Providing safe spaces, caring mentors, and life-shaping programs for millions of youth across the nation.
  • Communities Unlimited Inc.: Teaching essential fundamentals to small business owners, including business model evaluation, bookkeeping, cash flow management, and securing small business financing.
  • Dispensary of Hope: Offering free medication to low-income, uninsured Americans facing the challenging choice between food and life-saving medication.
  • DreamSpring: Creating economic equity by providing small business owners with access to capital, encouragement, and resources, resulting in the creation of jobs and community revitalization.
  • Family Promise: Leading efforts to end homelessness for families with children by offering prevention programs, emergency shelter, housing assistance, and stabilization support.
  • Feeding America: Partnering with food banks and pantries to end hunger in the U.S. and provide food to those facing hunger.
  • Goodwill Industries International: Offering career training and supportive services to millions worldwide, helping individuals prepare for careers in various industries.
  • Jump$tart Coalition: Committed to financial education, bringing together K-12 teachers for learning, networking, and access to new resources.
  • Salvation Army: Assisting millions annually in navigating food insecurity, job loss, eviction, and natural disasters, working to break the cycle of poverty.
  • USA Cares: Providing emergency financial assistance and post-service skills training to military veterans, active service members, and their families.

Dan Rollins, chairman and CEO at Cadence Bank, expressed gratitude to everyone who participated, emphasizing the program's alignment with the bank's commitment to making a meaningful difference in the communities it serves.


"The Cadence Cares Holiday Program is important because it provides an opportunity for our customers, teammates and community members to learn about the important work many nonprofit organizations do in our communities and makes them active participants in supporting their missions."

Dan Rollins


By actively engaging customers and community members, the Cadence Cares Holiday Program not only supports vital causes but also raises awareness about the impactful work of nonprofit organizations. As Rollins aptly stated, 'Tis the reason for the season, indeed!

To learn more about the Cadence Cares Holiday Program, find the press release here.


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