I'm proud to work for a company that's in it for the long run in Kansas City — and all across the country. My part comes with an unwavering commitment to continue building relationships that focus on strengthening our local communities now and in the future.
Matthew Linski | President, Bank of America Kansas City
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Kansas City is your home. It’s ours, too.

We are committed to helping our communities thrive - dedicating our resources to address the issues that matter most in each community where we live and work.

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Taking action to support our communities, clients and teammates

Now as always, our commitment to help strengthen the communities we serve is unwavering. We’re partnering with local leaders and organizations to address critical needs, and to advance racial equality and economic opportunity. We’re collaborating with companies and working with skill-building partners to help people succeed in today’s and tomorrow’s economy. And we’re doing our part to help people stay healthy — including investing in benefits and resources for our employees who serve our clients in their communities.

Matthew Linski | President, Bank of America Kansas City

Matthew Linski | President, Bank of America Kansas City

Let’s build something together

We've got a broad reach here in Kansas City and a community that comes together to support each other in times of need. As part of Bank of America's broader jobs initiative, we're supporting efforts to drive workforce development. That includes funding to address the shortage of healthcare workers through programs at our local community college and skills training through nonprofits for the unemployed and underemployed.

In addition, we support a long-standing initiative that prepares women to enter or re-enter the workforce through an all-encompassing curriculum—from skill-building to confidence-building.

And we're invested in one of Kansas City's most valuable small business resources that makes capital more accessible to entrepreneurs, and has provided relief and recovery funds to help them rebuild. Because the arts are a big part of how Kansas City comes together as a community, we took pride in continuing to fund programs when the health crisis hit, even though many were canceled. We also sponsored a “best of” public television broadcast created from multiple years of our city’s signature Memorial Day live symphony performance.

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Advancing Racial Equality and Economic Opportunity

The need for real progress on racial and economic inequality in the United States has been accentuated by the impact of the coronavirus on communities of color, and amplified by acts of injustice. We all have a role to play in helping move communities forward – an understanding that forms the foundation of Bank of America’s long-standing commitment to the people and communities it serves. And they’re at the heart of the bank’s $1.25 billion commitment over the next five years to advance racial equality and economic opportunity.

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Fueling economic growth through jobs and skills development

The job skills gap has disproportionately affected Black and Latino individuals – and this disparity has been compounded by the coronavirus. To help address this gap, Bank of America works with local nonprofits, employers and broader networks across the country to support skills-training programs that meet the specific workforce demands of local communities. The result is a diverse talent pipeline for employers – and a clear path to employment for individuals.

Find a location

Whether you have everyday financial needs or more complex ones, our experienced specialists can help at locations around your city. Find a location and make an appointment to talk with us.

We remain committed to supporting you with your financial needs during the health crisis. Of course, nothing is more important than your health and safety, and we have taken multiple steps to minimize health risks, based on guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention. These steps we have taken in our financial centers include enhancing the daily cleaning procedures, implementing plastic screens and distancing markers, following local restrictions on the number of clients that can enter a financial center at one time, and requiring our employees to wear masks. In addition, we are requiring clients wear masks when visiting our financial centers.

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Enjoy local culture for free

See some of the best museums in your area with our Museums on Us® program. You’ll receive free general admission during the first full weekend of every month with your active Bank of America, Merrill, or Bank of America Private Bank (U.S. Trust) credit or debit card and photo ID.