Louisiana First Horizon Foundation pledges to help communities impacted by Ida

Louisiana

Immediately following the storm, IBERIABANK/First Horizon Corporation distributed essential
supplies, including water, ice, food, and fuel, to associates and will continue to provide financial
support through its Associate Relief Fund

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — On September 9, Louisiana First Horizon Foundation announced its
pledge of $1 million to help communities impacted by Hurricane Ida.

According to Louisiana First Horizon Foundation, these funds will be distributed through non-profit partners to address the needs of affected areas. Applications for funding to 501c-3 organizations can be submitted online.

Following the storm, IBERIABANK/First Horizon Corporation distributed essential supplies, including water, ice, food, and fuel, to associates and will continue to provide financial support through its Associate Relief Fund.

The majority of IBERIABANK/First Horizon banking centers in affected areas are now open with limited business hours. Clients can visit www.iberiabank.com for updates on business operations, fee waivers, loan deferrals, and other recovery resources.

“Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone experiencing loss from this catastrophic event,”
said First Horizon President and CEO Bryan Jordan. “We will continue to play a lead role in
providing the resources needed to rebuild and restore the lives of our associates and clients
and the communities we serve.”


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