Taking action to provide resources and support for communities

The well-being of our company depends on the well-being of our employees, clients and, now more than ever, the communities we serve. We remain focused on addressing the impact of the health and humanitarian crisis, and continue to enhance our support for partners and organizations who are working tirelessly across our local markets.

Strengthening our commitment

Throughout our communities, we see families, neighbors, businesses and teammates working together more than ever. To help, we’ve added $100 million to our ongoing support to organizations addressing critical needs. The funds will help increase medical response capacity, focus on vulnerable populations, and help address food insecurity.

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As the nation’s largest food rescue operation, City Harvest is turning to new sources to meet the needs of hungry New Yorkers.

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Nashville’s Room in the Inn delivers meals, hot showers, housing and other vital support to the homeless in the community.

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The Southern Maine social work agency Preble Street is housing and feeding more members of the community than ever before.

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Feeding America, with support from Bank of America, is helping provide food to people in need.

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Providing protection on two fronts. Learn how The YWCA Cincinnati and Bank of America are helping survivors of domestic violence.

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The Red Cross, with support from Bank of America, is providing support to local communities around the world.

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World Central Kitchen is supporting communities across the U.S. by helping out of work chefs do what they do best: feed those in need.

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Central Los Angeles' homeless population is especially vulnerable to the coronavirus, and California Hospital Medical Center is helping out.

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Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida is providing 15 million meals in 90 days to those in need.

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The Houston Food Bank is mobilizing workers from the community to safely distribute a million pounds of food a day.

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The Regional Food Bank of Northeastern NY is hiring unemployed workers to provide food and essentials to those in need across the region.

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The Arizona Community Foundation supports nonprofits across the state to help meet needs now and plan for what communities will need next.

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The United Way of Central Carolinas is working with local and state organizations to anticipate the needs of communities in North Carolina.

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Women Against Abuse, Philadelphia’s leading domestic violence prevention organization, is continuing vital services to survivors.

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The Silicon Valley Leadership Foundation is providing hospitals and clinics the resources they need to ensure residents can get help.

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As tourism takes a pause in Florida and rising unemployment heightens food insecurity, Feeding Tampa Bay answers the call to help those in need.

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How schools in one California county are bridging the technology gap to keep students learning.

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The El Paso Community Foundation launches an innovative jobs program that hires laid-off restaurant staff to help feed others in need.

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How Atlanta’s Grady Memorial Hospital is staying true to its mission of serving the community’s most vulnerable.

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In times of need, local nonprofits provide critical support to underserved communities.

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Stepped-up meal assistance for seniors during the coronavirus helped create a roadmap for solving longer-term problems in one South Carolina community.

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Founded fifty years ago, Tucson’s El Rio Health Center keeps finding new ways to keep patients safe and healthy.

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The Pueblo Relief Fund is working to keep New Mexico’s Native population safe while it helps preserve the rich heritage of the Pueblos.

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As the coronavirus exposes inequities in the classroom, these education nonprofits are working to close the gaps.

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The Metropolitan Youth Orchestra uses music to teach life skills to Indianapolis students, even while they are unable to gather together in person.

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Advancing racial equality and economic opportunity

We know we must do more to address the very real consequences of systemic racism that exist in society today. The impact on communities across the country is clear.

To drive progress, we’ve committed to invest $1 billion over four years to advance racial equality and economic opportunity, building on work we’ve had underway for many years. Our actions will help address critical issues and long-term gaps, including skills and job readiness, medical capacity and access, small business support, and affordable housing.

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Working with local partners to provide PPE to vulnerable and underserved communities hardest hit by the coronavirus
 
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A 50-year-old Southern California community health center found new ways to deliver care and keeps its patients safe.

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Dr Wayne A I Frederick

We talked to Dr. Wayne A. I. Frederick, president of Howard University, about these times of strength and change.

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Together, we are addressing the underlying issues that people and communities of color face.

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College Advising Corps

Hear how College Advising Corps is helping college applicants become college students.

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Supporting small businesses

More than 99% of the businesses in the United States employ fewer than 500 people, and historically, these small firms have created two-thirds of America’s net new jobs.

As of May 15th, we’ve provided more than $25 billion in support by funding small business client loans through the Paycheck Protection Program. We’re also providing up to $250 million in capital to Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) loan funds and CDFI - and minority-owned banks to extend assistance to more small businesses.

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As small businesses work to ride out and recover from the coronavirus, learn how community development financial institutions are helping

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A look at the Paycheck Protection Program, the critical support it’s providing to businesses and how it’s helping restore the economy

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How a third-generation small business owner is evolving to continue serving her community

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Learn how a first-time business-owner is continuing to provide dental services to Arizona residents during the coronavirus

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