BALTIMORE — Bank of America, in their commitment to Greater Maryland has granted $720,000 to more than 30 nonprofit organizations working to improve the lives of Marylanders.
Most recently, a $100,000 grant was made to YouthWorks, Baltimore City's summer jobs program.
Bank of America Greater Maryland Market President Sabina Kelly said that the bank is committed to pursuing environmental, social and governance leadership to address the needs of individuals.
Grantee recipients include organizations like the Boys & Girls Clubs of Annapolis & Anne Arundel County, Baltimore Corps, Center for Urban Families, Urban Alliance and the Maryland Food Bank.
As our longest and largest partner in the region, Bank of America has provided dozens of underserved youth with the internships and mentoring to set them on a pathway to economic self-sufficiency,” said Stephanie Amponsah, executive director of Urban Alliance Baltimore. “From employees volunteering their time to teach professional development workshops, to supporting our youth every step of the way, Bank of America is a partner that always goes above and beyond to build the next generation of talent.”
Since 2004, Bank of America has partnered with more than a thousand nonprofits nationwide to provide support and opportunities to communities.