The grants address needs such as hunger and shelter to longer term solutions that promote financial wellness through access to benefits and resources.
“We’re working to meet the
day-to-day needs of those who live and work in our community,” said Raul
Anaya, market president at Bank of America, in a press release. “These grants will help
nonprofits continue to address our community’s
most pressing needs while helping individuals become more financially
stable in the long term.”
Organizations receiving funding are:
- The Midnight Mission
- Los Angeles Regional Food Bank
- Shelter Partnership Inc.
- Union Station Homeless Services
- Inland Valley Hope Partners
- AIDS Project Los Angeles Inc.
- LA Gay & Lesbian Center
- Rosemary Children’s Services
- US Vets
- Bet Tzedek
- Project Angel Food
- Downtown Women’s Center
- YWCA of Greater Los Angeles California
- Engage: The Art of Aging
- Union rescue Mission
- LA Family Housing
- OPCC – Ocean Park Community Center
- Central City Neighborhood Partners
- Kheir Center
- Saint John’s Health Center Foundation
- Jewish Family Service Los Angeles
- Proyeto Pastoral at Dolores Mission
- Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
This funding is part of the company’s intensified philanthropic focus on three core issues vital to the economic health of communities: housing, jobs, and hunger and represents an important component of Bank of America’s lending, investing and giving activities to help advance local economies.For more information about the program, visit Bank of America's website.