PARTNERING LOCALLY

Volunteerism

What can be done with 2 million hours of volunteer time?

Helping Our People Make a Difference

Many hands make light work. As a company, we're a force of more than 280,000 ready to strategically partner with organizations striving to make a difference. We're also honored to support our individual employees as they volunteer to help the causes they're passionate about. The stories here are a testament to what can be done when good ideas and good people come together. We're proud to join in, lend a hand and share expertise to help revitalize our local communities.

Having served over 1,200 vets, program expands nationwide

Jul 30, 2014

Since September 2001, roughly 2 million veterans have returned to civilian life; this number is on the rise as an anticipated 200,000 veterans are expected to enter the workforce annually…  learn More about Having served over 1,200 vets, program expands nationwide

Four people loading boxes intro a truck for the North Texas Food Bank

Fighting Smart Against Child Hunger

Jul 17, 2012

The problem can be hard to see, but that doesn’t make it any less real: One out of four children in Dallas is food insecure. That’s 165,000 children in Dallas County who are unsure where their next meal will come from…  learn More about Fighting Smart Against Child Hunger

Employee of Goodwill Industries Charlotte sitting at a table with a woman in a white shirt

From goodwill to good jobs

Jul 17, 2012

Established in 1965 in Charlotte, NC, Goodwill Industries of the Southern Piedmont provides employment, job training and career services for adults and youth in 18 counties throughout North Carolina and South Carolina…  learn More about From goodwill to good jobs

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Tackling the Opportunity Divide in Boston

Jul 01, 2010

Boston's reputation as a world-renowned knowledge capital is derived in large part from the teaching and research activities of more than 100 colleges and universities located in the Greater Boston area. Despite these rich academic resources, however, roughly 17,000 young adults in Boston have not progressed beyond a high school diploma and are neither employed nor enrolled in post-secondary education…  learn More about Tackling the Opportunity Divide in Boston

A Bank of America employee takes part in a Bank of America mentoring program.

Bank of America Recognized for Support of Youth Mentoring and Employment

Jan 09, 2012

Bank of America was recognized by the White House for its support of mentoring programs that help youth attain academic and career success leading to long-term financial stability…  learn More about Bank of America Recognized for Support of Youth Mentoring and Employment




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1.5 Million Employee Hours Volunteered in 2011
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