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Jan 04, 2011
Fifteen years ago, entrepreneur David von Storch saw a great opportunity in a run-down industrial building located at 1612 U Street NW. The tan brick building, which had had housed the E.B. Adams Company, a restaurant supply company built in 1921, was up for sale… learn More about An Entrepreneur's Vision Anchors New U Street Corridor Redevelopment Project
Oct 07, 2010
Bank of America has teamed up with the Carolina Panthers to support a season-long fundraising initiative to support the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library, which has been hit hard by the economy… learn More about Charitable “Playbook”: Bank of America, Carolina Panthers Lend Support for Library System
May 13, 2010
Bank of America today announced the selection of Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) that will receive $55 million in low-interest loans and grants through the company’s innovative Energy Efficiency Finance Program… learn More about Bank of America Announces Recipients of $55 Million Energy Efficiency Finance Program
Bank of America Charitable Foundation Announces $50 Million Three-Year Pledge to Education as a Path to Workforce Success
Jul 18, 2011
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation today announced a goal to invest $50 million over the next three years toward education initiatives leading to economic self-sufficiency through employment… learn More about Bank of America Charitable Foundation Announces $50 Million Three-Year Pledge to Education as a Path to Workforce Success
A Multifaceted Relationship with Howard University Supports Academics, Healthcare and Culture in the D.C. Community
Jul 02, 2005
With its main campus located just two miles from the U.S. Capitol, Howard University is in an advantageous location for an academic institution that seeks to address a range of national and global issues… learn More about A Multifaceted Relationship with Howard University Supports Academics, Healthcare and Culture in the D.C. Community