All Hands Raised will receive a $200,000 grant to focus on more young people having access to well-paying and fulfilling careers in growing industries.
Bank of America has just announced All Hand Raised as its 2018 Neighborhood Builder winner. The nonprofit is being recognized for its commitment to education, equity and excellence from birth to career, and for their innovative work in mobilizing support to ensure young people in Multnomah County achieve their full potential. With this grant, All Hands Raised will fully launch a “Pathways to Construction & Manufacturing Careers” program in partnership with six area high schools, which collectively serve 12,000 students
Through the Neighborhood Builders program, each year the bank provides one Portland-area nonprofit with a unique combination of leadership training, $200,000 in flexible funding, volunteer support, and a network of peer organizations across the country
To learn more about the partnership, click here.
Bank of America is your pass to arts and culture! The first full weekend of every month, present your Bank of America or Merrill Lynch credit or debit cards at Portland Art Museum, Portland Children’s Museum, the Japanese Garden or over 150 museums across the country to receive complimentary general admission. Learn more at museums.bankofamerica.com.
Join Bank of America in supporting Portland Parks & Recreation’s Summer Lunches program, providing more than 100,000 meals to children across our community – all hosted in local parks around Portland. Learn more…
“Thanks to support from Bank of America, Dress for Success is putting women back to work, providing hope and a pathway out of poverty for individuals and families in our community. This is what fueling our economy looks like – and partnerships between businesses and nonprofits is how we’re getting it done.”
Learn more about Dress For Success and how you can join Bank of America employees to make a difference in our community
"I’m proud to work for company that encourages volunteering. Last year, Bank of America employees volunteered more than 20,000 hours in Oregon and SW Washington - and we’re set to exceed that this year."
Bank of America’s local 1,600 employees are on the ground, volunteering with local nonprofit organizations to help improve neighborhoods. Employees and their families donate thousands of hours to volunteering each year – including stuffing backpacks with Schoolhouse Supplies, packing food boxes at Oregon Food Bank and teaching Financial Literacy classes in schools around our region.
Learn more about Bank of America’s commitment to Oregon and SW Washington by clicking on the links above, or by contacting the local Corporate Social Responsibility team.
Monique Barton, Senior Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility (Portland, OR.)
Nicole Frisch, Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility (Portland, OR.)