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Do things that matter

We all want meaning in our jobs. We want to know that our time spent working contributes to a greater good and that we work for a company that supports this desire and emulates it at an organizational level.

At Bank of America, we are proud of our innovative social and environmental investing, our philanthropic partnerships, our commitment to volunteerism, and our daily focus on helping clients achieve their financial goals.

At Bank of America, our employees have the power to make a difference. 

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Partnerships

We partner with organizations locally and globally to advance economic and social progress.

The Tory Burch Foundation Capital Program, powered by Bank of America, connects U.S. women entrepreneurs to affordable loans to help grow their businesses. We have committed $100 million to the program and more than 2,500 women entrepreneurs across 16 states have received loans thus far.

Through partnerships with organizations like Water.org, we are able to help find solutions to the world’s safe water problem. WaterEquity, an innovation of Water.org, launched WaterCredit Investment Fund 3 (WCIF3). We provided a $5 million zero-interest loan to help WaterCredit invest in water and sanitation businesses in Southeast Asia so it could reach 4.6 million people with safe water and/or sanitation.

More about our partnerships

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Volunteerism

Our employees show their dedication as engaged global citizens by giving their time, talents and expertise to support a wide range of causes. Onsite or virtual, during the workday or outside of work hours, our employees use their skills, interests and passion to support the causes that connect their communities, lives and family. We support our employees and these connections, knowing the power they have to make a difference. 

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At Bank of America, we have roles that specifically focus on the environment and helping solve pressing ecological issues. Our leadership in sustainable finance would not be possible without these dedicated employees leading the way with their environmentally-focused lending, investing, advisory and developing finance solutions for clients around the world.

Our commitment to the environment

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Financial health

Personal financial health starts with education. Better Money Habits®, developed in partnership with Khan Academy, is a free resource that is available to all and provides real, practical knowledge about money and finances. Using the tools and information, users can get the know-how they need to make smarter, more confident financial decisions.

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