Do you believe America's road to recovery begins in our local neighborhoods? These stories are about people and organizations working hard to preserve and revitalize communities. We're proud to support their efforts and do our part by investing in impactful, local and national programs that help to provide affordable housing, offer neighborhood residents home retention and foreclosure counseling, and promote neighborhood stabilization across the country.
Jan 03, 2014
IN THE NEWS (The Washington Post): Diana Bullock stood in the rain one morning last fall, staring at a shuttered house in her Columbia Park neighborhood. The house had long been a trouble spot, attracting squatters, people with junk to unload and addicts looking for a place to get high… learn More about Prince George’s Officials Link Falling Crime Rate To Transforming...
Dec 27, 2013
Bank of America and the East Lake Foundation work together to provide teens with workforce training and placement within the Villages of East Lake… learn More about A community-led renewal in Atlanta
Dec 11, 2013
IN THE NEWS (Fort Worth Star-Telegram): FORT WORTH — When Interstate 35W sliced through the near east side of Fort Worth in the late 1950s, neighborhoods were severed and lives uprooted in many close-knit minority communities… learn More about Old Fort Worth neighborhood, divided by Interstate 35, renewed piece by piece
Sep 20, 2013
IN THE NEWS (The Charlotte Observer): On Friday, Charlotte's Habitat for Humanity expects to hit the $5 million mark for money invested in revitalizing West Charlotte's Reid Park community… learn More about Habitat celebrates 30 years and $500 Million impact in Charlotte
Aug 18, 2013
IN THE NEWS (The New York Times): LOS ANGELES — When Juan Romero was a boy in the 1980s, people talked about his neighborhood, Boyle Heights, as a place to escape. The area was besieged by gangs, public schools were struggling, and a vast majority of residents were barely above the poverty line… learn More about Los Angeles Neighborhood Tries To Change, But Avoid The Pitfalls
*Bank of America provided more than $1.6 billion to help create more than 12,000 affordable housing units for individuals with special needs, families, seniors and veterans in 2011.