The Bank of America Charitable Foundation is offering grants for nonprofits working to address issues pertaining to community development. Examples of funding priorities include: Affordable Housing (housing, home buyer education, homeowner retention, financial stability), Neighborhood Preservation (addressing distresses properties and blight), and Community Revitalization (comprehensive place-based revitalization, community anchors, fostering green communities, transit-oriented development and economic development).
The application period for grants focusing on Community Development is open from April 19 through May 6, 2016. To learn more about the Bank of America Charitable Foundation program, visit the Foundation’s webpage. To review specifics about the Community Development funding priority, click here.