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Want to do more? Whether you’re a small business owner, a nonprofit advocate, passionate about the environment or a lover of the arts, we hope you take a moment to see what’s happening in your community and share it with others.
Oct 07, 2010
Located in the Penn Quarter, Washington D.C.’s fastest growing business and entertainment district, Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Harman Center for the Arts is a performing arts complex comprising the existing Landsburgh Theatre and the new 775-seat Sidney Harman Hall… learn More about Creating a Destination Theatre: D.C.'s Harman Center for the Arts
Jan 04, 2011
Queens Theatre in the Park is strengthening the economic fabric of the community. Bank of America’s support of arts institutions helps to strengthen the economic fabric of communities across New York City. The Bank has been a partner with Queens Theatre in the Park for 13 years… learn More about Queens Theatre in the Park Fuels Economic Growth in Local Community
Sep 25, 2011
Local Charlotte students learn about the career opportunities that NASCAR offers… learn More about Providing a Real-World Math and Science Experience
May 25, 2011
In its ongoing effort to provide capital that helps reduce carbon emissions and energy consumption, Bank of America announced May 25 a new $55 million program to encourage energy efficiency improvements to older buildings… learn More about Bank of America Announces New Energy Efficiency Finance Program
Nov 07, 2011
Our innovative loan program has helped True Value support retailers, like the Zimmermanns in Buffalo Grove, to expand their services and stay competitive… learn More about Working with True Value to Help Local Storeowners Better Serve Their Customers