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Home > Support CWLA > Corporate Support > Corporate Advocate of the Year Award

 
 

2005 Corporate Advocate of the Year

Bank of America

CWLA is pleased to honor Bank of America (BOA) as our 2005 National Corporate Advocate of the Year. According to Youth Homes Inc., which nominated BOA for this prestigious award, BOA has a demonstrated track record not only at the local and regional levels, but also at the national level for supporting the work of charitable organizations that serve America's most vulnerable children, youth, and families. BOA's policies and practices at every level within its corporate structure exemplify its commitment to the betterment of the communities in which its does business.

BOA's impressive community impact mission is to offer lending and investment products that serve low- and moderate-income individuals and families, improve underserved low- and moderate-income communities, and create sustainable practices for the long haul. Its outstanding partnership with Youth Homes Inc. has enabled the agency to move into a state-of-the-art new building along with nine other local nonprofit organizations. Youth Homes has also benefited extensively from BOA's commitment to volunteerism; every year, nearly 100,000 BOA associates devote some 650,00 to volunteer work in communities nationwide.


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