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Connected to Georgia

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 Georgia, download our state fact sheet.

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653 ATMs
157 financial centers
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15 Merrill® offices
2 Bank of America Private Bank offices
An Atlanta community hospital staying true to its mission of serving the most vulnerable doctor
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We’re committing $100 million to communities facing unprecedented challenges We are focusing our resources on the number one priority - looking after people. By - Brian Moynihan CEO of Bank of America
Hear how College Advising Corps is helping college applicants become college students. Listen now College Advising Corps
Supporting communities impacted by disaster We're providing resources to help communities and clients recover and rebuild.
Hear how LiftFund is working to remove barriers for business owners in diverse communities. Listen now Here's something good liftfund dream it. fund it.
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Bank of America employees work to make a difference for the Dr. Hawa Abdi Foundation of Somalia Dr. Deqo Mohamed and Katy Knox
Proud to sponsor this historic moment for women competing in the Augusta National Women's Amateur golfballs with symbols The Power To make your mark
A new look for Olympic Park — courtesy of Bank of America centennial olympic park
Celebrating our Global Build in partnership with Habitat for Humanity worker in hard hat
Thriving communities embrace economic mobility Girl smiling
Spotlight on: Augusta Warrior Project man working on house
Connecting women entrepreneurs in the U.S. to affordable loans Tory Burch Foundation
We’re partnering with Year Up® to help young adults reach their potential Ruth