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The stories gathered here are real examples from people in your community—stories we hope inspire you, too. We’re doing our best to support them because like you, we are invested in the places where we live and work. Through lending, investing and giving, we’re proud to be a partner in creating more vibrant communities around the world.


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.

Bank of America’s $10 Million Grant Program to CDFIs Unlocks Federal Funds for Small Businesses

Mar 22, 2011

Bank of America awarded the first 92 grants of its $10 million commitment to Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) and other nonprofit lenders, enabling them to unlock U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and U.S. Department of Agriculture loan capital before the fiscal budget expired on September 30, 2010…  learn More about Bank of America’s $10 Million Grant Program to CDFIs Unlocks Federal Funds for Small Businesses

Allen Milam, President of Milam’s Market in Miami, Florida.

A Big Bank Helping a Miami Grocer in a Big Way

Nov 01, 2011

Family-owned businesses are the engine that drives the American economy. They comprise 35% of Fortune 500 companies, account for 50% of U.S. gross domestic product and generate 60% of the country's employment and 78% of all new job creation…  learn More about A Big Bank Helping a Miami Grocer in a Big Way

Child resident of Dumont Green in Brooklyn, New York.

Green Housing Helps Revitalize a Brooklyn Neighborhood

Nov 15, 2011

See how we helped Hudson Development redefine environmental and economic sustainability in New York…  learn More about Green Housing Helps Revitalize a Brooklyn Neighborhood

Year Up

Tackling the Opportunity Divide in Boston

Jul 01, 2010

Boston's reputation as a world-renowned knowledge capital is derived in large part from the teaching and research activities of more than 100 colleges and universities located in the Greater Boston area. Despite these rich academic resources, however, roughly 17,000 young adults in Boston have not progressed beyond a high school diploma and are neither employed nor enrolled in post-secondary education…  learn More about Tackling the Opportunity Divide in Boston

The Global Ambassadors Program, a Vital Voices and Bank of America Partnership

Feb 29, 2012

The Global Ambassadors Program, a Vital Voices and Bank of America partnership, provides mentorship for emerging women leaders from developing countries, helping them build communications, advocacy and business skills that will positively impact their communities…  learn More about The Global Ambassadors Program, a Vital Voices and Bank of America Partnership




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