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Connected to California

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 California, download our state fact sheet.

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Supporting communities impacted by disaster We're providing resources to help communities and customers recover and rebuild
Local Sacramento student honored as Bank of America Student Leader® Student Leader Shreya Balaji
Artists find a new, affordable home Housing complex
LA Dodgers Foundation partners with Bank of America to teach Better Money Habits® Participants in the Dodgers RBI (Reviving Baseball in the Inner Cities) program
Answering the call to help others Bank of America Student Leader experiences how service and leadership can bring positive change to the San Diego community
IN THE NEWS: 2 Menlo Park-based charities share $55K in grants Menlo Park
Empowering women entrepreneurs through mentorship at our Los Angeles event Los Angeles Cityscape
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IN THE NEWS: To teach CSUF students about money, the play’s the thing CSUF students
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IN THE NEWS: West Valley Community Services receives money for its Financial Empowerment Program West Valley Community Services
Bank of America sponsors PST: LA/LA, a far-reaching exploration of Latin American & Latino art Pacific Standard Time logo LALA Latin American and Latino Art in LA
Honoring heroes in the San Mateo community Samaritan House logo
Discovering art that lies underneath Richard Diebenkorn Window
Michael F. and the BofA AIDS/LifeCycle team have raised over $1m to end AIDS Michael Ferrara holding bike
IN THE NEWS: San Jose flood: Struggling residents get a hand from nonprofit The Mercury News women rebuilding
Helping Sabrina and other military spouses ease the burden of relocation for their families Barbieri Family
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What I learned about inclusion from a 545-mile AIDS/LifeCycle bike ride What I learned about inclusion from a 545-mile AIDS/LifeCycle bike ride
It takes a village to fight hunger Hunger Action Summit logo
Bank of America’s mobile ambassadors connect customers to the digital age Michelle Moore
2016 State of the Valley: Jobs & Housing Prices on the Rise 2016 Silicon Valley Index
IN THE NEWS: A bike ride across California changed his life Jeff Patrick
Bank sponsors Friday Nights at the Oakland Museum of California BofA and Oakland Museum of California
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Bank of America launches second global Habitat for Humanity build Habitat for Humanity volunteers
Connecting women entrepreneurs in the U.S. to affordable loans Tory Burch Foundation
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Bank of America Art Auctions raise over $1 million for San Francisco General Hospital San Fransciso Art Auction
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A grant to the California Academy of Sciences helps create the greenest museum in the world Two children enjoying the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park.
Supporting women in need through expansion and growth Downtown Women's Center
Inner-City Arts brings kids to a serene urban campus, providing access to the arts quotes
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Enhancing a green gathering place in East Los Angeles LA Neighborhood Initiative