Bank of America Announces $300k to Boost Workforce Skills Among Local Youth, Veterans and People With Disabilities
Bank of America announced $300,000 in grants to be distributed to 12 nonprofits in the Long Island community.
The nonprofits receiving support focus on connecting unemployed and underserved youth and adults to workforce opportunities and skill-building education.
The groups awarded were the United Way of Long Island, Bellport Area Community Action Committee, Cedarmore Corporation, Girls Incorporated of Long Island, Glen Cove Boy & Girls Club at Lincoln House Inc., Grenville Bakers Boy & Girls Club Inc., La Fuerza Unida Community Development Corporation, L.I. Against Domestic Violence, Long Island Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Inc., Nassau Community College Foundation, The Viscardi Center Inc. and United Veterans Beacon House Inc.