PARTNERING LOCALLY

California

$20.7 million in support is helping California nonprofits achieve their missions.*

Hard at Work in California

Bank of America began serving California nearly 140 years ago, starting with the Security Pacific Bank in Los Angeles and Bank of Italy in San Francisco. Bank of Italy was founded in San Francisco in 1904 by A.P. Giannini, who believed in the power of capital to change people’s lives for the better. After the 1906 earthquake, he famously loaned money on a handshake to anyone who promised to rebuild. Security Pacific Bank’s many contributions include helping secure locations for several major universities in southern California. Today, Bank of America provides services to half of all American households and lends billions of dollars to help spur economic growth.

 

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Clean Tech

Lean, green, clean: Investing in San Diego as a hub of CleanTECH

Jan 05, 2011

How industry leaders, scientists and government are making San Diego into a center of clean technology research and development—financing companies and creating jobs in the process…  learn More about Lean, green, clean: Investing in San Diego as a hub of CleanTECH

Downtown Women's Center

Supporting Women in Need Through Expansion and Growth

Jan 05, 2011

Los Angeles is the homeless capital of the United States, where it’s estimated that nearly 50,000 people go homeless every night. A third of those individuals are women. More than half of those women are survivors of domestic violence…  learn More about Supporting Women in Need Through Expansion and Growth

White Memorial Medical Center

Improving Economic Opportunity Through Volunteerism and Workforce Training

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

Inner-City Arts Brings Kids to a Serene Urban Campus, Providing Access to the Arts

Sep 24, 2011

In an era of budget cuts to arts funding, nonprofit Inner-City Arts offers arts education—free of charge—to kids from the city’s poorest neighborhoods…  learn More about Inner-City Arts Brings Kids to a Serene Urban Campus, Providing Access to the Arts

Seeing opportunity in the renewable energy market, Power-One secures financing to grow to meet demand

Nov 06, 2011

Solar arrays and wind farms are the first step in generating clean energy. But the energy needs to be efficiently converted so it is usable by utilities, businesses and homes—which is where L.A.-based Power-One has found a profitable market…  learn More about Seeing opportunity in the renewable energy market, Power-One secures financing to grow to meet demand




*Over $20.7 million in nonprofit support for California in 2012.

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We’re excited to have Bank of America as a partner because these ventures need seed capital to get started—the innovation economy needs investors.

Jerry Sanders
San Diego Mayor