Bank of America Charitable Foundation: Community Development GrantsDeadline: May 6, 2016
Housing and Community Development grants support affordable housing, neighborhood preservation, community revitalization initiatives, as well as the delivery of integrated services connecting individuals and families with financial education tools, resources, and benefits to achieve their financial goals. Areas of interest include:
- Preserving neighborhoods: Supporting the work of nonprofit organizations that address distressed properties and neighborhood blight in order to preserve property values, spur additional investment and improve overall community health, safety and welfare.
- Revitalizing communities: Supporting local and regional revitalization efforts taking a comprehensive approach to create economic opportunity and communities of choice. This may include large infrastructure and cultural institutions that are economic drivers for employment and contribute to overall community vitality.
- Affordable Housing: Supporting the efforts and programs of nonprofit organizations as they work to preserve, and increase access to affordable housing, connect individuals and families with financial education tools, resources, and benefits to achieve their financial goals and address overall housing sustainability.
Amount: Grants generally range from $5,000 to $25,000.
Eligibility: Tax-exempt, nonprofit organizations.