Twenty nonprofit organizations in the Inland Empire that address critical needs such as hunger and shelter will receive a portion of $175,000 in grants from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation.
“We’re working to meet the day-to-day needs of those who live and work in our community,” said Al Arguello, market president at Bank of America.
“These grants will help nonprofits continue to address our community’s most pressing needs while helping individuals become more financially stable in the long term,” Arguello said.
Organizations receiving funding:
- AIDS Assistance Program
- Assistance League of San Bernardino
- Catholic Charities San Bernardino Riverside
- Central City Lutheran Mission
- Children’s Fund Incorporated
- Cove Communities Senior Association
- Desert Communities United Way
- Desert Manna Ministries Inc.
- Desert Arc
- Family Service Association
- Foothill Family Shelter Inc.
- Galilee Center
- Hidden Harvest Corporation
- Inland Empire United Way
- Lutheran Social Services of Southern California
- Martha’s Village and Kitchen Inc.
- Second Harvest Food Bank Serving Riverside and San Bernardino Counties
- Shelter Providers of Riverside Inc. INC
- Time For Change Foundation
- Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital Foundation
This funding is part of the company’s intensified philanthropic focus on three core issues vital to the economic health of communities: housing, jobs, and hunger and represents an important component of Bank of America’s lending, investing and giving activities to help advance local economies.
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