Economic mobility grant to Mary’s Center
Bank of America declared that it has availed $8 million in grants to the Greater Washington D.C. non-profit organization. The bank is committed to bringing economic movement to the region. Lately, the bank has given a $150,000 economic mobility grant to Mary’s Center. It offers quality healthcare, education, and social services to many underprivileged families in greater D.C.
Maria Gomez, President, and CEO of Mary’s Center said, “On behalf of our 60,000 participants, we want to thank Bank of America for its significant commitment to offering resources to address the social determinants of health and provide economic opportunities for communities we serve. With our expansion in Montgomery County, The demand for our services continues to grow and this grant will support our on-going efforts to provide high-quality, integrated care to build stronger, healthier futures for all.”
Bank of America is dedicated to driving growth
Larry Di Rita, Market President for Greater Washington, D.C., Bank of America was quite enthusiastic and told the press that shared the commitment of Mary’s Center and other partners have created a success story of small business lending. Other than this there are different initiatives active in the city to bring economic mobility.
Bank of America is dedicated to driving growth that will bring social prosperity with a good environment and governance. The Bank is working with partners that are engaged in removing social barriers and upliftment of the communities. Rita also said they are committed to advancing a more diverse and inclusive society by expanding opportunities and supporting equitable solutions that give communities the power to grow and prosper.