Let’s build something together
By partnering with nonprofits and other organizations, Bank of America stepped up to support Tulsa on every level, from racial justice to reskilling and fighting hunger. We’re a major contributor to a planned history center that tells the important story of the original “Black Wall Street” and the 1921 Tulsa race massacre. And with the third-largest Native American population in the country, we’re contributing funds to initiatives in the community. Helping people find rewarding work is a key focus, especially in communities of color, and we support a range of programs, including a summer youth employment plan and a barista training initiative. To help improve health outcomes, we partner with nonprofits to feed over 500 families a week, support mental health initiatives and ensure schools and nonprofits get the PPE they need.