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May 22, 2013
In response to the recent tornado that caused massive devastation in Oklahoma, the Bank of America Charitable Foundation is donating $500,000 to support relief efforts, including $150,000 to the American Red Cross and $100,000 to United Way of Central Oklahoma to assist with immediate needs and $250,000 to assist local and national organizations supporting longer term rebuilding… learn More about Helping Oklahoma recover
Apr 17, 2013
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Tom Menino have announced the creation of “The One Fund Boston,” which will raise money to help those affected by the tragic events that unfolded during the Marathon. Bank of America has pledged $250,000 in philanthropic support to help individuals and families as they rebuild their lives in the days, weeks and months to come… learn More about Join us in helping those affected by the events in Boston
Nov 06, 2012
Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) in Charlotte, with the support of Bank of America, is helping hundreds of veterans make the transition from the military to civilian jobs. CPCC is an innovator in workforce development training; their program provides training, academic counseling and support services, all geared to help members of the military translate their skills into jobs in areas of economic growth… learn More about Over $22 Million in Grants to Support Workforce Development and Education
Aug 10, 2012
Since the San Antonio Winery was started in L.A.’s Little Italy in 1917, four generations of Riboli family members have run their business by pursuing a strategy of logical growth—and the financing to get them there… learn More about At San Antonio Winery, a four-generation family tradition of making wine and growing their business
Aug 08, 2012
Ten years ago, Kevin Boehm and Rob Katz set out to develop the idea of the chef-centric restaurant and build a highly successful business model around it. Since they opened their first business checking account at the branch at the end of the block, their team at Bank of America has shared their vision and helped them grow and expand… learn More about BOKA Restaurant Group Hones its Recipe for Boutique Restaurants Built Around Their Chefs’ Talents