Bank of America awards nearly $200K in grants to Pittsburgh nonprofits

PITTSBURGH — Bank of America has awarded several Pittsburgh area nonprofits grants for the second time this year.

The grants amount to nearly $200,000 and the bank says they’ll help support affordable housing, neighborhood revitalization, small businesses and the environment.

“Developing strong partnerships with nonprofit organizations is essential to driving meaningful and sustainable progress in Pittsburgh,” said John Ciccolella, president, Bank of America Pittsburgh. “These grants build upon our efforts to strengthen broader community vitality by addressing society’s biggest challenges like neighborhood revitalization and small business resiliency.”

The organizations receiving funds are:

  • Neighborhood Community Development Fund
  • UpStreamPgh
  • ACH Clear Pathways
  • Bridgeway Capital
  • Open Hand Ministries
  • Pittsburgh Glass Center
  • Pittsburgh Hispanic Development Corporation
  • Pittsburgh Zoo and Aquarium
  • Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh

Bank of America says these grants build on the $9.3 million already invested in Pittsburgh organizations since 2018 and is part of the company’s commitment to improving the financial lives of entire communities.

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