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Maryland nonprofits to receive over $2M in Bank of America grants

With the goal of driving economic mobility and social progress, Bank of America is awarding grants totaling more than $2 million to 57 Maryland nonprofits, it announced Thursday.

Bank of America targeted programs that will help increase access to basic needs, workforce development and education among historically underserved individuals and families, as well as address needs related to affordable housing, small business and neighborhood revitalization.

“As our community continues to recover from the events of the past two years, the work of local nonprofits has proven essential in meeting the needs of our neighbors and residents,” Janet Currie, Bank of America Greater Maryland president, said in a news release. “Greater Maryland is home to an incredible network of nonprofit and philanthropic organizations that advance economic and social progress. Bank of America is committed to supporting these partnerships and serving the communities in which we live and work.”

This grant funding joins an expanded $1.25 billion, five-year commitment, announced in the spring, to help advance racial equality and economic opportunity in local communities. The commitment aims to support investments that address racial justice, advocacy and equality for people and communities of color.

Organizations receiving grants include:

  • Baltimore Center Stage
  • Jane Addams Resource Corporation
  • Baltimore Children’s Museum
  • Lazarus
  • Baltimore Civic Fund
  • Living Classrooms Foundation
  • Baltimore Community Foundation
  • Marian House
  • Baltimore Symphony Organization
  • Maryland African American Museum Corporation
  • Boys and Girls Clubs of Annapolis & Anne Arundel County
  • Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition
  • Boys and Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Baltimore
  • Maryland Food Bank
  • Belair-Edison Neighborhoods
  • Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service
  • BioTechnical Institute of Maryland
  • Maryland Zoological Society
  • Black Women Build
  • Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland
  • CASH Campaign of Maryland
  • Moveable Feast
  • Center for Urban Families
  • National Aquarium
  • Civic Works
  • Neighborhood Housing Services of Baltimore
  • Community Assistance Network
  • Parity Baltimore
  • Comprehensive Housing Assistance
  • Paul’s Place
  • Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Maryland and Delaware
  • Per Scholas
  • Council on Economic Education in Maryland
  • Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland
  • Digital Harbor Foundation
  • Salisbury Urban Ministries
  • Franciscan Center
  • Southeast Community Development
  • Garwyn Oaks Northwest Housing Resource Center
  • St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center
  • Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation
  • The Caroline Friess Center
  • Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center
  • The Light House
  • Habitat for Humanity International (Carroll, Susquehanna, Wicomico)
  • The United Way of Central Maryland
  • Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake
  • United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore
  • Harford Family House
  • University of Maryland Foundation
  • Health Care for the Homeless
  • Urban Alliance Foundation
  • Helping Up Mission
  • William and Lanaea C. Featherstone Foundation
  • Human Services Programs of Carroll County