Bank of America
Bank of America has been a long-standing partner with Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver; over the last 26 years they have contributed property donations, grant funding, and employee volunteer hours. The bank has recently expanded its philanthropic commitments in the Denver area, contributing more than $1.3 million to support local nonprofits focusing on hunger, jobs, and housing.
Habitat Metro Denver was the recent recipient of $200,000 from Bank of America’s 2015/2016 Neighborhood Builder grant. These funds were invested in the Critical Home Repair (CHR) program in Denver’s Globeville, and Elyria-Swansea neighborhoods. Through the CHR program, Habitat Metro Denver has partnered with 70 low-income homeowners to help them stay in safe, secure, and affordable housing. In 2016 this program will assist up to 40 additional families.
Thank you Bank of America for investing in Denver’s neighborhoods and hardworking families, through the Neighborhood Builders program!
About Neighborhood Builders®
The Neighborhood Builders program provides grants and leadership development to nonprofits, and helps them build a stronger presence in their communities. This investment builds on their philanthropic commitment to help address community development, basic human services, workforce development and education. Since Neighborhood Builders began, it’s become the nation’s largest philanthropic investment in nonprofit leadership development.