Bank of America Invests More than $2.3 Million with Inland Empire Nonprofits in 2022

Philanthropic grants and other support went to organizations providing affordable housing, economic mobility and small business support

 As part of its commitment to giving back to the communities it serves, Bank of America has directed more than $2.3 million in philanthropic capital to nonprofits and charities across Inland Empire communities. The support is helping to remove barriers to economic mobility and social progress, with a particular focus on nonprofits providing affordable housing solutions, supporting small business, and economic development.

According to a recent study by UC Riverside, only 31% of local households can afford to purchase a median-priced home in the Inland Empire, a decrease from a relatively low 39% in the first quarter of 2021. The bank’s support includes efforts for affordable and innovative home ownership programs and housing rights with Fair Housing Council of Riverside County, Habitat of Humanity Riverside and Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services (NPHS.)

Support also went to minority small business development efforts, a business segment disproportionately impacted by the pandemic, including those offered by the National Latina Business Women Association Inland Empire, CSUSB’s Inland Empire Small Business Development Center and Women’s Business Center, Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship and MicroEnterprise Collaborative of Inland Southern California. In addition to philanthropic capital, the company’s local employees contributed more than 16,600 volunteer hours in 2022, ranging from home builds and renovations in collaboration with Habitat for Humanity to free financial education workshops in English and Spanish as part of the bank’s Better Money Habits program.

“Nonprofits are on the front lines of addressing complex societal challenges – understanding the needs and obstacles the Inland Empire faces. Bank of America partners with those nonprofits to support solutions and services that promote economic advancement,” said Bansree Parikh, president, Bank of America Inland Empire. “In 2023 and beyond, Bank of America will continue to deploy capital and resources to help remove barriers to economic success and build a more sustainable community.”

For more information on Bank of America’s grants and sponsorships and how to apply, go to

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