Our Founder

Charles C. King, III

Charles C. King III
Founder and Chairman Emeritus

Chuck King began banking career in 1992 as president of National Commerce Financial’s wholly owned subsidiary, USI Alliance Corporation. In this position, he founded the national Senior Crimestoppers program and established and became chairman of the Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation.

Due in large part to Chuck King’s efforts, the Senior Crimestoppers program has reduced crime against nursing home residents nationally by 92.7 percent.

Chuck King, a longtime advocate for protecting the rights of senior citizens, is the creator of the “Wish Comes True” grant program for fulfilling wishes of nursing home residents, the “Time of Your Life” video exhibit for the entertainment of nursing home residents and the Welcome Home Banking web portal for residents and their families; all to improve the quality of life for the elderly in communities across the country.

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Transforming Lives

With the support of our partners, the Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation transforms the lives of vulnerable nursing home residents. It is hard to overstate the transformative effect a bank can have on the life of an elderly person by removing fear from their lives — fear of neglect, fear of theft, fear of needing equipment and not knowing where to turn.

Marquez Hillard Story
Marquez’ Life changed in a second but with the help of Senior Crimestoppers, his wish came true. More

Carolyn Denny Story
The SHCPF has helped to open the pathways of communication for Carolyn. More

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Our bank partners transform the lives of vulnerable nursing home residents by removing fear of theft, neglect, and physical or financial abuse and the Senior Crimestoppers program gives them a place to turn when they need help.