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Nov 01, 2011
Homelessness, poverty, incarceration and drug addiction contribute to San Francisco’s 11.6% poverty rate. These crippling social problems impact not only the individuals experiencing them, but also surrounding communities… learn More about Working on Bikes to Break the Cycle of Poverty
Apr 20, 2011
Even as the economy recovers, many people continue to struggle. Bank of America continues to focus on helping distressed homeowners with more customer outreach efforts, developing innovative programs and increasing our collaboration with nonprofit housing counselors… learn More about We Are Expanding Our Outreach to Help Customers At Risk of Foreclosure
Sep 26, 2011
There are few terms that more aptly describe July in Washington, DC-area than “sweltering.” Anyone who lives and works in the nation’s capital knows that July represents high temperatures, high humidity and an average heat index that would leave anyone longing for a cold January day… learn More about Keeping Customers Cool in DC
Nov 07, 2010
Today, 30,000 children in Washington State have mentors. But 200,000 more could benefit from the advice and companionship of a caring adult… learn More about Matching Students with Mentors in Washington State
Nov 02, 2011
Giving the homeless in Seattle a fresh start in life. See how FareStart runs an innovative program that helps the homeless get skills and training that will translate into job opportunities in the area's food-service businesses… learn More about Creating Jobs and Sustaining Hope for Seattle’s Most Disadvantaged