At Truist, meeting community needs is everyone’s role. Through our Community Benefits Plan, the Truist Foundation and community development efforts, we’re creating positive impact on a whole new scale.
Through the Truist Community Benefits Plan, we’re elevating low- and moderate-income (LMI) and minority borrowers and their communities. During the next three years, we'll lend or invest $60 billion to LMI borrowers and in LMI communities. This will include support for affordable housing, nonprofits and small business growth in LMI geographies.
Plus, we’re fulfilling financial commitments of more than $117.4 million annually through 2021 for SunTrust’s and BB&T’s heritage home communities—Atlanta and the Piedmont Triad in North Carolina.
Want to learn more? View our press release or infographic, or reach out to either of our teams at BB&T or SunTrust.
All people and communities should have an equal opportunity to thrive. The Truist Foundation partners with organizations that share our purpose to inspire and build better lives and communities. We achieve this by investing in initiatives, projects and programs focused on leadership development, economic mobility, thriving communities and educational equity.
Our communities are our best investment. That’s why we’re committed to our work through the Community Reinvestment Act. From funding programs that support LMI individuals and communities to building the capacity of charitable and nonprofit organizations, we’re improving lives across the country.
Our CRA public files include information about Truist’s lending, investment and service commitments throughout the communities where we work.
Community is at the heart of the Truist purpose. Our grants help build better communities and prioritize affordable housing, essential community services, small business access to capital and workforce development.
Nonprofit organizations that would like to apply for a grant from Truist can complete the eligibility quiz and apply onlineopens in a new tab.
Essential community services
Small business access to capital