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Stepping up when it matters most Last year, we committed 51.25 billion over five years to build on our long-standing work in support of driving racial equality and economic opporturity To date, we've directly funded or invested nearly S400 million of this commitment, in addition to other ways we continue to make an impact in our communities. Our actions include $36 milion to 21 Minority Deposit Institutions (MDIS) and Community Development Financial institution (CDF) barks that support minority-owned businesses. This is in addition to our approximately $100 million in deposits to MDIS and our existing S18 bilion CDFI portfolo. $300 milion to 100 equity funds to provide capital to d Si0mililon grant to fund the Center for Black Entrepreneurship (CBE), in partnership with Spelman and Morehouse colleges S25 million to 21 Historically Black Colleges and Uriversities (HBCUS.. Hispanic-serving institutions (HSIS) and community colleges in support of job skiling and placement diverse entrepreneurs and small business owmers · Establishing new partnerships and coalitions focused on building skils and creating job opporturities for people of color - 560 million to increase access to capital and career opportunities for Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) affordable housing developers 33 million- masks, more than 272,000 bottles of hand sanitizer and 8 million gloves to communities in need $135 million in grants to support mental health initiatives for young people of color 525 milion founding partnership in the Smithsonian's new initiative on race, Our Shared Future: Reckoning with Our Racial Past These are just some examples of how we're working with community partners, business leaders, experts and academics across the public and private sectors to continue to drive progress At Bank of America, we call this a nice start. BANK OF AMERICA Miceal Chamberlain President, Bark of America Massachusetts What would you like the power to do?" Go to bankofamerica.com/boston to learn more. Rar America NA Menter FC Co Hoingener c 20 Ba Aeria Carpoon nghes ered Stepping up when it matters most Last year, we committed 51.25 billion over five years to build on our long-standing work in support of driving racial equality and economic opporturity To date, we've directly funded or invested nearly S400 million of this commitment, in addition to other ways we continue to make an impact in our communities. Our actions include $36 milion to 21 Minority Deposit Institutions (MDIS) and Community Development Financial institution (CDF) barks that support minority-owned businesses. This is in addition to our approximately $100 million in deposits to MDIS and our existing S18 bilion CDFI portfolo. $300 milion to 100 equity funds to provide capital to d Si0mililon grant to fund the Center for Black Entrepreneurship (CBE), in partnership with Spelman and Morehouse colleges S25 million to 21 Historically Black Colleges and Uriversities (HBCUS.. Hispanic-serving institutions (HSIS) and community colleges in support of job skiling and placement diverse entrepreneurs and small business owmers · Establishing new partnerships and coalitions focused on building skils and creating job opporturities for people of color - 560 million to increase access to capital and career opportunities for Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) affordable housing developers 33 million- masks, more than 272,000 bottles of hand sanitizer and 8 million gloves to communities in need $135 million in grants to support mental health initiatives for young people of color 525 milion founding partnership in the Smithsonian's new initiative on race, Our Shared Future: Reckoning with Our Racial Past These are just some examples of how we're working with community partners, business leaders, experts and academics across the public and private sectors to continue to drive progress At Bank of America, we call this a nice start. BANK OF AMERICA Miceal Chamberlain President, Bark of America Massachusetts What would you like the power to do?" Go to bankofamerica.com/boston to learn more. Rar America NA Menter FC Co Hoingener c 20 Ba Aeria Carpoon nghes ered