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  • Bank of America gives $565,000 to help Charlotteans rise out of poverty

    Bank of America announced Monday that, for the second week in a row, it’s party to a $500,000 investment to help Charlotte tackle its ranking as the city least likely to see low income people seldom rise out of poverty. The $565,000 in donations unveiled Monday are going to 16 nonprofits working through education and workforce development, including colleges, charities and veterans groups.

Bank of America gives $565,000 to help Charlotteans rise out of poverty

Bank of America announced Monday that, for the second week in a row, it’s party to a $500,000 investment to help Charlotte tackle its ranking as the city least likely to see low income people seldom rise out of poverty. The $565,000 in donations unveiled Monday are going to 16 nonprofits working through education and workforce development, including colleges, charities and veterans groups.
Davie Hinshaw dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com