The coronavirus and its impact on society have shone an even brighter light on many long-standing economic and racial inequalities across the country, including at America’s schools. With classes moving online, many students still lack the technology to make home-learning possible, especially those in low-income areas. This puts these children at risk of falling behind better-equipped peers.
As nonprofits adjust to addressing increased needs in their local communities, Bank of America is committed to supporting them. Learn more about the bank’s $100 million philanthropic commitment to more than 1,300 nonprofits on the front lines, which is in addition to $250 million in annual philanthropic giving.
Originally published 10/06/2020