Hard at Work in New York
Bank of America began serving New York nearly 200 years ago. The National Bank of Orange and Ulster Counties opened its doors in 1812, U.S. Trust was formed in 1853 and the Merrill Lynch partnership was begun in 1914. Each entered the Bank of America family in recent years. Today, Bank of America is one of the nation’s largest financial institutions and provides services to half of all American households.
Jul 06, 2012
In Elizabeth, New Jersey, local teens face the negative externalities of any inner-city community – drugs, violence, teen pregnancy, and lack of positive role models and career opportunities. Yet, in the midst of these challenges, Trinitas Regional Medical Center (Trinitas) is bringing hope to these teens and inspiring the next generation of medical professionals… learn More about Inspiring the Next Generation of Medical Professionals in New Jersey
Oct 22, 2012
In 2003, industrial designers Aaron Lown and John Roscoe Swartz started BUILT, a New York-based design company that makes stylish bags and accessories for people on the go. Their founding philosophy was simple: Good design can make everyday life better… learn More about The expansion of BUILT, one tote at a time
Nov 15, 2011
See how we helped Hudson Development redefine environmental and economic sustainability in New York… learn More about Green Housing Helps Revitalize a Brooklyn Neighborhood
Jan 04, 2011
Queens Theatre in the Park is strengthening the economic fabric of the community. Bank of America’s support of arts institutions helps to strengthen the economic fabric of communities across New York City. The Bank has been a partner with Queens Theatre in the Park for 13 years… learn More about Queens Theatre in the Park Fuels Economic Growth in Local Community
Support for the Whitney Museum of American Art provides access to the arts for the New York community
Nov 15, 2011
The Whitney, with one of the finest collections of 20th and 21st century American art, has long faced the issue of how to make its nearly 20,000 masterworks accessible to all—in a city that’s world renowned as a leader in art and culture. One of the key ways the Museum addresses this issue is through its signature outreach and education initiative, Artreach… learn More about Support for the Whitney Museum of American Art provides access to the arts for the New York community
*Over $13.3 million in nonprofit support for New York in 2012.