Bank of America

By January 2, 2018 No Comments

COUNTIES SERVED: El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, Yolo

FUNDING INTERESTS: Community & Economic Development, Education, Human Services

10850 White Rock Rd, Suite 102
Rancho Cordova, CA  95670
Contact:  Lori Rianda


Workforce Development & Education (Jobs): Connecting individuals to employment opportunities is a key component of contributing to each community’s economic growth. That’s why we are supporting WD&E opportunities that help the unemployed & underserved obtain the training and education that translate into post-secondary completion and employment.

Community Development (Housing): Housing remains a pressing issue in communities across the country. In response we fund programs focused on foreclosure counseling and mitigation, real estate owned disposition and affordable housing. In conjunction we support financial education and coaching.

Critical Needs (Hunger): Individuals continue to struggle to provide basic necessities for their families in this economy. Our support is focused on helping these individuals at their point of need, from immediate human needs such as food and shelter to addressing finanical stability issues facing low income communities such as access to benefits and resources.

GRANT FUNDING PROGRAM visit the website for more details.

SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM   includes the arts, in addition to the above funding priorities.

VOLUNTEER GRANT PROGRAM  Bank of America has a robust volunteer program providing employees with 2 hours of paid time off, with supervisor approval, per week to volunteer in the community.


Grants are accepted during three granting cycles, one cycle per priority.
Sponsorships applications are accepted year round and should be submitted six months prior to an event.