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Jul 05, 2012
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 part-time employees working on 150 vehicles at eight dispatch locations. EasCare opened for business in 1998 in an abandoned building with just three ambulances. Today, the company is the third largest ambulance service provider in Massachusetts… learn More about Skilled Care With a Local, Personal Touch in Boston
Jul 30, 2012
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation today announced that it is awarding $22 million in grants to nonprofits that build and rehab affordable housing, offer foreclosure prevention services and homeowner counseling, and provide other services intended to revitalize neighborhoods and help working families find and keep suitable homes… learn More about Bank of America Announces More Than $22 Million in Grants to Housing Nonprofits
Jul 16, 2012
For 128 years, Ganahl Lumber has been supplying lumber, plywood, hardware and other building materials to construction projects throughout California. And much of their expansion—they currently have nine retail stores and a distribution center— has been financed with the help and advice from their team at Bank of America… learn More about Helping the Oldest Lumberyard in California Expand to Nine Locations
Jul 16, 2012
Skid Row, located in downtown Los Angeles, has long been synonymous with homelessness and poverty. It was to this community that John Dillon, 22 years old, arrived to work in the neighborhood to provide direct services to the homeless population… learn More about L.A.’s Chrysalis Helps the Homeless Break Through the Job Barrier
Jul 17, 2012
One out of every eight households in Pennsylvania does not have the resources to put adequate food on the table, a problem only compounded by the economic downturn. In the Delaware Valley region that includes Philadelphia, there are 900,000 people at risk for hunger… learn More about Improving Operations to Fight Hunger