Partnering locally

Volunteerism

What can be done with 2 million hours of volunteer time?

Helping our people make a difference

Many hands make light work. As a company, we're a force of more than 220,000 ready to strategically partner with organizations striving to make a difference. We're also honored to support our individual employees as they volunteer to help the causes they're passionate about. The stories here are a testament to what can be done when good ideas and good people come together. We're proud to join in, lend a hand and share expertise to help revitalize our local communities.

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A Spark After 90 Years

Oct 01, 2013

United Way of the Bay Area is celebrating its 90th anniversary. It continues to develop innovative programming with partners like Opportunity Junction…  learn More about A Spark After 90 Years

Volunteering for communities worldwide through "2 Million Connections for Better"

Sep 06, 2013

To better connect to communities worldwide, in 2013 we set an enterprise goal to achieve “2 Million Connections for Better”, through volunteer efforts across the globe. This goal built on the 1.5 million volunteer hours employees recorded in 2012, and the enthusiasm and commitment of our employees helped us achieve a record 2 million volunteer hours in 2013…  learn More about Volunteering for communities worldwide through "2 Million Connections for Better"

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Serving those who serve on Veterans Day

Dec 26, 2012

Bank of America and its employee volunteers are committed to the men, women, and their families who serve in America’s armed forces, and we also have a long tradition of supporting the organizations that sustain them. To honor their bravery and dedication to us all, Bank of America employee volunteers recently participated in Veterans Day events across the country. …  learn More about Serving those who serve on Veterans Day

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Food Bank For New York City fights hunger across the five boroughs

Aug 01, 2012

New York City, home to an enormous number of supermarkets and restaurants, has 2.9 million residents who experience difficulty in affording food. Throughout the five boroughs, 1.4 million people—mainly women, children, seniors, the working poor and people with disabilities—rely on soup kitchens and food pantries to get the food they need…  learn More about Food Bank For New York City fights hunger across the five boroughs

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Tackling the Opportunity Divide in Boston

Jul 01, 2010

Boston's reputation as a world-renowned knowledge capital is derived in large part from the teaching and research activities of more than 100 colleges and universities located in the Greater Boston area. Despite these rich academic resources, however, roughly 17,000 young adults in Boston have not progressed beyond a high school diploma and are neither employed nor enrolled in post-secondary education…  learn More about Tackling the Opportunity Divide in Boston




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