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.
Jan 05, 2011
Boyle Heights is an emerging community in East Los Angeles, which has long been a gateway for immigrants to the United States. Today, it is home to a large population of young, working class Latinos… learn More about Improving Economic Opportunity Through Volunteerism and Workforce Training
A Grant to the Northern Illinois Food Bank—and Help from Volunteers—Delivers Food Directly to Hungry Families
Nov 06, 2011
Since 1983, the Northern Illinois Food Bank (NIFB) has provided food to people in need in 13 northern Illinois counties… learn More about A Grant to the Northern Illinois Food Bank—and Help from Volunteers—Delivers Food Directly to Hungry Families
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
Nov 01, 2011
In a South Florida area ridden with drugs and alcohol, Overtown Youth Center is a safe haven for children, changing their lives through enriching educational programs… learn More about Making a Difference in the Lives of South Florida's Children
An innovative food bank develops a new way to connect with their community. See how they're helping provide food and services for those in need with compassion, dignity, and respect… learn More about A Seattle food bank pioneers a holistic approach to solving hunger
*"Bank of America Awards Nearly $22 Million to Address Critical Needs," January 22, 2013.