And the good news keeps rolling in for area non-profits. This time it’s Bank of America North Texas’ Dallas President Jennifer Chandler and Fort Worth President Mike Pavell spreading the joy to the tune of $900K with a focus on community needs such as “affordable housing, community revitalization, small business and the arts.”
According to Jennifer, “Dallas non-profits dedicate their time and energy to solve the complex, societal challenges, build up our neighbors in need, and promote economic advancement. Philanthropic investments like these are just one way we deploy capital in the Dallas community to help drive economic opportunity and strengthen our community overall.”
The 20 organizations receiving a share of the nearly $1M grants include the following:
- 6 Stones Mission Network
- Accelerated Foundation Inc.
- Boys and Girls Club of Collin County
- Bonton Farms Enterprises
- Casa Mañana Inc.
- Community Enrichment Center Inc.
- Community Frontline of Fort Worth Inc.
- Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity Inc.
- Dallas Symphony Association Inc.
- Denton Habitat for Humanity
- Forest Forward
- Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Association
- Impact Ventures Accelerator
- Junior Achievement of the Chisholm Trail
- On the Road Lending
- Real Estate Council Community Fund
- Safehaven of Tarrant County
- Trinity County Habitat for Humanity
- Tarrant County Homeless Coalition
- United Way of Metropolitan Dallas Inc.
As Mike added, “At Bank of America, we recognize that prioritizing our community’s needs is critical to empower all, especially our most vulnerable. We are committed to supporting organizations that life up all Fort Worth individuals and families.”