Partnering locally

Basic human services

Nearly $22 million in grants to over 1,000 nonprofits is helping to address immediate basic human services such as hunger and shelter.*

Assisting those most in need

We believe it's important to support organizations that help people when they need it most. It is our responsibility as a corporate citizen and fundamental to maintaining strong and healthy economies. That's why we volunteer and provide financial support to programs that provide critical access to food, shelter and medical care. From disaster relief to fighting hunger, these stories capture real-life situations and the remarkable efforts made by everyone working to overcome and persevere.

The Charlotte Observer

Bank of America Foundation gives $290,000 to Charlotte-area charities

Sep 15, 2015

The Bank of America Charitable Foundation announced it is giving $290,000 in grants to seven nonprofits in the area with missions focused on housing and community development services…  learn More about Bank of America Foundation gives $290,000 to Charlotte-area charities

Charlotte Observer

Bank of America gives $1 million to Charlotte-area nonprofits

Dec 01, 2015

Bank of America on Tuesday announced $1 million in grants to 14 Charlotte-area nonprofits whose missions span a variety of focuses, from housing to feeding the area’s hungry…  learn More about Bank of America gives $1 million to Charlotte-area nonprofits

Bank of America helps build affordable housing with Habitat for Humanity

Oct 02, 2015

Over one week and seven time zones, our employees will help create affordable housing and revitalize neighborhoods in the U.S., U.K., China, Thailand and Indonesia, as we extend our Habitat partnership with a $6 million investment in local affiliates…  learn More about Bank of America helps build affordable housing with Habitat for Humanity

Charlotte Observer

Crowded shelter for women and children opens 64-bed expansion

Jul 22, 2015

The Salvation Army Center of Hope opened a 64-bed expansion Wednesday, ending a decade-long stretch of overcrowding that led to women and children sleeping nightly on the lunch room floors. Deronda Metz, director of the Center of Hope, said the new dorm means the shelter can once again begin admitting additional homeless women, something it had been forced to stop doing for weeks at a time because of a lack of space. In recent months, the only way new women could be admitted is if someone else left the site…  learn More about Crowded shelter for women and children opens 64-bed expansion

Partnering to provide relief

Sep 24, 2014

As long-time partners, Long Island Cares and Bank of America worked together to address the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy…  learn More about Partnering to provide relief




*"Bank of America Awards Nearly $22 Million to Address Critical Needs," January 22, 2013.

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