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Connecting to the San Francisco community

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

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Get an inside look at what San Francisco small business owners project in 2019 San Fran Skyline
Learn about the path to homeownership in San Francisco in our Fall Homebuyer Insights Report man and woman in front of sold sign
Supporting communities impacted by disaster We're providing resources to help communities and clients recover and rebuild.
We deployed $20 million in capital to help veterans entrepreneurs kick-start and grow their businesses. man smiling holding cup
Our new lending program will help U.S. military veterans kick-start and grow their businesses Sharon Miller and Marcus Flakes
A visual journey awaits you in Casanova: The Seduction of Europe, now on view at the Legion of Honor Muse of Comedy
Explore technology’s growing role in the homebuying journey for San Francisco residents HBIR About Us
Michael F. and the BofA AIDS/LifeCycle team have raised over $1m to end AIDS Michael Ferrara holding bike
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Committed to building a more inclusive world through our partnership with Love Has No Labels love has no labels, man and woman
IN THE NEWS: A bike ride across California changed his life Jeff Patrick
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Connecting more women entrepreneurs to affordable loans nationwide Tory Burch Foundation
Bank of America Art Auctions raise over $1 million for San Francisco General Hospital San Fransciso Art Auction
A grant to the California Academy of Sciences helps create the greenest museum in the world Two children enjoying the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park.
The power to build communities. Helping more than 2,000 nonprofit leaders develop their skills children playing baseball