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Jun 15, 2012
Indian Land Capital Company, an American Indian Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) that specializes in financing tribal lands, has received a $1 million low-cost loan from Bank of America to finance local economic development programs… learn More about American Indian CDFI Gets $1 Million to Help Finance Tribal Lands
Bank of America Introduces Program to Extend Mortgage Protections for Servicemembers Beyond Active Duty
Mar 09, 2011
Unique program includes interest rate reductions, targeted principal forgiveness, and dedicated mortgage servicing team to assist military customers… learn More about Bank of America Introduces Program to Extend Mortgage Protections for Servicemembers Beyond Active Duty
Jan 17, 2012
Learn how the Pathways Program helps build a more skilled and productive workforce for Charlotte… learn More about Helping Unemployed Workers in Charlotte Obtain an Education, Skills and Jobs
May 30, 2012
Bank of America's Neighborhood Builders® program helps address local challenges in community development, workforce development and education, and other critical needs. The program provides high-performing nonprofits with $200,000 in unrestricted grant funding and leadership development for their executive directors and emerging leaders. We developed the program in response to the need for strong leaders to face the challenges of local communities… learn More about Helping Develop Nonprofit Leaders
Jan 16, 2012
See how a community collaboration and a $10 million grant will help low-income students succeed in our public schools… learn More about Closing the Achievement Gap for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Students