First Horizon Foundation, the private charitable foundation of Memphis, Tenn.-based bank holding company First Horizon Corp., announced Wednesday (Sept. 29) the first 15 grant recipients of its “Better Together” grant campaign.
The recipients include:
- TriCycle Farms
- Helen R. Walton Children’s Enrichment Center
- Scott Family Amazeum
- American Red Cross of Northeast Arkansas
- Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
- Hope Found NEA
- Legal Aid of Arkansas
- The Learning Center of NEA
- Boys & Girls Club of Central Arkansas
- Camp Aldersgate
- Girl Scouts Diamonds of Arkansas
- Habitat for Humanity of Central Arkansas
- Independent Case Management
Each organization will receive a grant ranging from $5,000 to $10,000.
Publicly traded First Horizon Corp. entered the Arkansas market in 2020 through the acquisition of Louisiana-based IberiaBank Corp. IberiaBank offices — there are 16 throughout Arkansas — will complete its merger conversion in February 2022.
First Horizon Corp.’s banking subsidiary, First Horizon, is one of the largest banks in the southeast, with total assets of $87.5 billion as of June 30.