Giving the Gift of Hope – Bank of America

Operation New Hope extends our sincere thanks to Bank of America for their most recent funding in support of our mission. Their $10,000 grant will help us continue to provide workforce training, mental health services and job placement for people affected by the criminal justice system. The comprehensive transitional services we provide helps to improve economic mobility, build self-sufficiency and reduce recidivism. 

Bank of America focuses on improving the lives of individuals and families by investing in health, jobs, and strengthening broader community vitality by addressing needs related to small business resiliency, and community development.  As part of this work, Bank of America develops strong partnerships with nonprofit organizations focused on issues fundamental to economic mobility in low- and moderate-income communities. Employment is a key driver of economic mobility. That’s why Bank of America is focused on building pathways to employment by supporting a range of workforce development opportunities, including education, upskilling and reskilling programs – meeting people where they are so that individuals and families can advance.

Bank of America has been vital to the success of Operation New Hope since 2012. Without Bank of America’s generous commitment over the years, we would not have been able to help over 10,000 clients reconnect to the workforce, their families, and their communities. Thanks again to Bank of America for giving the gift of hope!

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