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Greater Washington, D.C.

Connecting to the Greater Washington D.C. community

We’re proud to help fuel the local economy, address critical needs and revitalize neighborhoods – right here in Greater Washington D.C. Explore the stories, videos, and galleries below to see how.

Student Leaders® share their hopes for building a more diverse and inclusive society girl speaking
We talked to Dr. Wayne A. I Frederick of Howard University about these times of strength and change new season of that made all the difference
Hear how Urban Alliance is creating the ripple effects of early opportunity for underserved youth. Listen now here's something good urban alliance
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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
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Student Leaders® gain perspective to improve local communities at 2019 summit Two girls looking up to the left
Leaders of tomorrow: meet three of our 2019 Student Leaders® Young man in blue shirt with white dots
PODCAST: Urban Alliance helps underprivileged teens in DC work towards their professional goals Meet Neighborhood Builder Urban Alliance logo
Supporting communities impacted by disaster We're providing resources to help communities and clients recover and rebuild.
Bank of America employee helped choreograph dance routines for Special Olympics cheerleaders Dekeda Torch Relay
Learn why employee Dean and his family are fierce advocates of Special Olympics. Packard Family
The power to build communities. Helping more than 2,000 nonprofit leaders develop their skills children playing baseball
Committed to building a more inclusive world through our partnership with Love Has No Labels love has no labels, man and woman
Learn about our rich past at the National Museum of African American History and Culture National Museum of African American History and Culture
Leading the fight against chronic homelessness Miriam's Kitchen logo