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Connected to New York

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 New York download our state fact sheet.

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IN THE NEWS: Bank of America gives $250,000 for downtown Utica hospital Observer-Dispatch logo A new, state-of-the-art hospital will help bank employees, their families, their friends and their community. Michael Brunner, New York State Market President for Bank of America
Where are they now? See how the Student Leaders® program still impacts alums years later Christina Stanton smiling
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Bank of America employees provide mentorship and commitment to Student Leaders® student leaders talking and smiling
Our new lending program will help U.S. military veterans kick-start and grow their businesses Sharon Miller and Marcus Flakes
New partnership: Bank of America Institute for Women’s Entrepreneurship at Cornell Cornell logo
Pairing women entrepreneurs from around the world with mentors at our New York event Pairing women entrepreneurs from around the world with mentors at our New York event
Celebrating our Global Build in partnership with Habitat for Humanity worker in hard hat
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How the tiniest residents of Bank of America's New York headquarters are helping keep the company and city green beekeepers
Connecting more women entrepreneurs to affordable loans nationwide Tory Burch Foundation
Food Bank For New York City fights hunger across the five boroughs Having Bank of America stick with us through tough times has been incredibly important to us. — Margarette Purvis