What’s next for tomorrow is determined by what we do today

Rapid change at every level of society calls for new thinking. That’s why we are working with organizations, businesses and community leaders across the nation to help support their responses to local needs. This effort includes an additional $100 million philanthropic commitment to support communities, which is incremental to the $250 million in philanthropy the bank provides each year. As we navigate a new environment, we are committed to providing support for the future by forging partnerships today that will help us build a better tomorrow.

An unwavering commitment to local communities

Neighborhoods, towns and cities all across the country are finding new ways to cope with changing needs. From food insecurity and medical resource shortages to increasingly at-risk vulnerable populations, public, private and nonprofit leaders are responding together to address a host of challenges. The actions taken today will have an impact on how we all succeed tomorrow. Learn more about these dedicated, innovative leaders and how we are providing support and resources to help local communities move ahead.

Feeding America, and its Mission to Help Local Communities

See how the nation’s largest hunger-relief organization is safely helping people in need.

Feeding America’s network of 200 food banks and 60,000 food pantries and meal programs has seen an average increase of 70% in the need for food assistance across the country, much of it coming from people who have never sought help before. Hear from Claire Babineaux-Fontenot, the organization’s CEO, on the extraordinary measures food banks are taking to help the increasing number of Americans struggling with food insecurity — all while keeping communities safe. And learn more about the role Bank of America is taking to support Feeding America and its network of food banks across the country. Learn more.

Read more about how Bank of America is providing support to other local communities and organizations.

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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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The nonprofit Project Isaiah partnered with Gate Gourmet, an airline food supplier, to provide jobs and address food insecurity.

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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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When demand for Houston Food Bank's services jumped overnight, they hired those out of work to help those in need.

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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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