Here to help connect you to what matters most
Building Better Money Habits™
Helping people understand their money and how to build Better Money Habits™ is at the heart of what we do. We're connecting our customers, clients, employees and communities to the tools, products and education they need to help make their financial lives better. That's why we partnered with Khan Academy in April 2013 to launch BetterMoneyHabits.com. It's a simple, conversational and self-paced learning experience that explains complex concepts through approachable content. This content is available for free to everyone-not just our customers. It's part of our long-standing focus on providing financial education and empowerment. More
Connecting people to what matters most through lending, investing and giving
We’re committed to making the connections that make our communities better. In 2012, we extended $19.1 billion in total credit to small businesses, customers, local communities and nonprofits. We provided $22 million in grants to fund critical needs, and another $22 million for housing. And we announced a new 10-year, $50 billion goal to help improve the environment. We’ll continue to support businesses and strengthen communities.
Old world baking traditions feed a hungry Houston
Holocaust survivors and Polish immigrants Sigmund, Sol, and Max Jucker arrived in Houston following World War II armed with Eastern European family recipes and a desire to start a new life. On May 8, 1949—just four years after Liberation Day when the brothers were released from Nazi concentration camps—the Juckers opened Three Brothers Bakery. More
Skilled care with a local, personal touch in Boston
In a busy region like Eastern Massachusetts, many residents look to EasCare, a locally-owned and operated ambulance company, for high quality medical care transportation with a personal touch. Headquartered in Dorchester, EasCare employs more than 550 full-and pat-time employees working on 150 vehicles at eight dispatch locations. More
City Arts: bringing back Baltimore, one brush stroke at a time
Since the riots of 1968, Baltimore’s Greenmount West neighborhood has struggled with crime, poverty and urban decay. Roughly 50 percent of the buildings are empty, and it has been decades since anything new has been built. More
Addressing the critical needs of our communities
We’ve focused our philanthropic efforts to address pressing needs related to housing, hunger and jobs with a particular focus on helping low-income communities. From philanthropy to volunteering and more, we are working to connect individuals and families with the resources and tools needed to advance toward financial stability. Last year, our employees volunteered 1.5 million hours, giving their time and expertise to communities large and small. From disaster relief to personal stories of triumph, these videos show that our size and strength can be a powerful force for assisting those in need.
Serving those who serve on Veterans Day
Bank of America has long supported our service members in the military, assisting returning veterans with jobs, housing and education. This commitment was in evidence this year at the 35th Bank of America Chicago Marathon, where the bank supported events and nonprofits… More
India 2012: encouraging women's entrepreneurship
In October 2012, our Global Ambassador program, in partnership with Vital Voices, paired six mentors together with 50 international women leaders at forums in both Delhi and Mumbai. The dialogue centered on ways in which women can move India forward. More
Everyone who works here shares a commitment to helping the customers, clients, communities and shareholders we serve.
Our team is committed to helping provide opportunities for our customers and clients throughout their financial lives.
The financial institutions that are a part of Bank of America’s legacy have been instrumental in helping communities and businesses develop and prosper for more than 200 years.