Bank of America allocates $720,000 to Valley nonprofits

Madeline Ackley | June 24, 2019

Bank of America allocates $720,000 to Valley nonprofits
Bank of America Corp. has allocated $720,000 spread across 39 Valley nonprofits serving a variety of community development needs including homelessness, hunger, education and workforce development. A New Leaf, Valley of the Sun United Way and St. Joseph the Worker are the three Valley organizations to receive the most funding, between $32,500 and $40,000 each. According to Elaina Verhoff, a BofA spokesperson, $415,000 is dedicated to "wrap-around services," organizations that connect the homeless to human services and hunger relief programs. The remaining $305,000 is being dedicated to workforce development nonprofits that deal with job preparation and youth employment.

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