Advocating for equality
We’ve committed to invest $1.25 billion over five years to advance racial equality and economic opportunity, addressing critical issues and long-term gaps like skills and job readiness, medical capacity and access, small business support, and affordable housing.
We recognize the potential of every employee by actively encouraging a diverse and inclusive workplace — in thought, style, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, ethnicity, disability, culture and experience.
Supporting job creation & employment in communities of color is a key part of Bank of America’s commitment to racial equality & economic opportunity.
A new program from the Smithsonian Institution seeks to drive discussion and understanding around equality and opportunity in America.
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We're working with local partners to provide PPE to vulnerable and underserved communities hardest hit by the coronavirus.
Together, we are addressing the underlying issues that people and communities of color face.
A 50-year-old Southern California community health center found new ways to deliver care and keeps its patients safe.
There’s a critical opportunity to advance equality and improve the health of local communities — all by supporting the natural environment in urban areas.
See how this affordable housing nonprofit in Boston’s South End offers food, health, out-of-school programming and financial literacy to the city’s Hispanic/Latino community.
A Richmond, Virginia housing organization has found a way to keep homes affordable today — while securing an accessible path to homeownership for future generations.
Bank of America signed the Women in Finance Charter in 2017, building on our long-standing commitment to improve gender equality within our organization and in society as a whole.