Community Partnerships

Supporting our local communities

Our role in the community goes far beyond banking transactions. Whether we’re investing in a business networking event, supporting charitable organizations or finding ways to be more intentional about diversity, equity and inclusion, Enterprise supports a wide variety of initiatives designed to improve the communities we serve.

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Helping the Communities We Serve Thrive

Learn more about the impact Enterprise makes in our communities, told through the stories of the people and organizations impacted by our efforts.

Read our annual Community Impact Report.

Community Development

We partner with our communities in a variety of ways: from education and mentorship to volunteering and sponsorships. We seek out unique and creative partnership opportunities. Those take many forms, including:

  • Programs to incentivize philanthropic involvement from associates, such as volunteer time off for associates to donate their time to worthy causes and a matching contributions program
  • Community-based sponsorships and grants with philanthropic contributions made to 451 organizations in 2021
  • Community-based financial programs like tax credits allocated for projects involving low-income housing and New Markets Tax Credits that enable private capital investment into low-income communities
"Loaves and Fishes taught me how to stay focused and made me realize that I am a person. That people make mistakes and learn from them, and I can do what I need to be successful."
Dawn Hopkins, Shelter Monitor LOAVES AND FISHES

Diversity and Inclusion

We empower people to make meaningful contributions within our company and in our communities through programs geared toward diversity, equity and inclusion. We believe that diversity plays a vital role in driving economic growth, and our company reflects this commitment. The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leadership Council and The Black Heritage Connection Resource Group are two examples of internal organizations within Enterprise that help us further this mission.

These networks are made up of a diverse cross-section of our associates who volunteer to improve our internal culture and external environment through honest dialogue and company initiatives.


Since 2003, Enterprise University has hosted nearly 40,000 attendances, representing business professionals across the country — many of whom return year after year — who have taken courses on a variety of topics to deliver greater value to their organizations. The program has become an integral part of our communities, and we are proud to make it available at no cost. You do not have to be a client to register for courses, and you can take one course — or many. Enterprise University offers new, virtual classes and course lineups every spring and fall. Many of these courses are also available for anyone to watch on-demand, so that you can continue your professional development when it’s convenient for you, all year long. 

Learn more about Enterprise University and access our classes today to gain business knowledge and continue to grow as a professional.