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Connected to Massachusetts

At Bank of America, we're committed to helping grow local economies and strengthen the communities we serve. By combining local support and expertise with our national reach, we're connecting customers and communities across the country to the resources they need to thrive.


To see what we're doing in Massachusetts, download our state fact sheet.

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Celebrating service Home Base Executive Director and retired Brig. Gen. Jack Hammond, The Kraft Group CEO Robert Kraft, and BofA Massachusetts President Bob Gallery.
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