Here Matters

Corporate Donations

Each year, Synovus is proud to invest millions of dollars in our communities as we encourage meaningful change. As part of these efforts, in February 2022, we directed $1.76 million to 278 organizations supporting education, needs-based, and health and wellness causes throughout the Synovus footprint. The funds were awarded through our corporate donations program and build on the millions of dollars we allocate annually to addressing critical needs in the communities we serve. Through our corporate donations program, we're honored to strengthen our communities and help individuals reach their full potential through inspired banking.

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Honoring our Team Matters

Our annual Chairman’s Awards are one of the highest honors Synovus bestows on team members. In April 2022, we announced the winners of our 2021 Chairman’s Awards. The James H. Blanchard Leadership Award, James D. Yancey Customer Covenant Award, William B. Turner Community Impact Award, Synovus Game Changer Award, and recently established Kessel D. Stelling Emerging Leader Award honor team members who best represent Synovus' culture and our focus on exceptional leadership, customer service, community outreach, and innovation. The winners are selected from nominations submitted by team members across our bank's five-state footprint. Each year, we’re proud to celebrate our team’s tireless efforts to support one another and our clients. More information about our 2021 Chairman's Awards winners can be found here.

Synovus directs $1.76 million in corporate donations to local organizations and causes

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Environmental, Social, and Governance

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Synovus Community Outreach in 2021 by the numbers

$1,000,000: contributed by team members and corporate giving to the United Way

$110,500: Jack Parker Scholarship dollars awarded through 132 scholarships

24,000: volunteer hours supporting Here Matters community projects

4,100: Here Matters community projects completed