Bank of America: Neighborhood Builders

Here is Renee's interview with Joe Gianni, Bank of America's Market President for the Hartford Region! He shares about the Neighborhood Builders grant program and introduces the 2019 recipients!

Since 2004, Bank of America has invested more than $220 million in 49 communities – partnering with more than 1,000 nonprofits and more than 2,000 nonprofit leaders by delivering flexible funding, leadership development and a network of peers. Neighborhood Builders®is one of the nation’s largest philanthropic investments in nonprofit leadership development.

Listen below for the complete interview!

 

Joe Gianni, Bank of America's Market President for the Hartford Region

Mike Zaleski, President & CEO of Riverfront Recapture—2018 Recipient of the Neighborhood Builders grant!

About Riverfront Recapture

Riverfront Recapture is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to improving central Connecticut’s quality of life and urban vitality through cultural events, entertainment, group sports and recreation in a welcoming environment along the banks of the Connecticut River, as well as ongoing efforts to protect and maintain the Riverfront and make more of it accessible to the public.

Bridget Quinn-Carey, CEO of Hartford Public Library—2019 Recipient of the Neighborhood Builders grant!

About Hartford Public Library

Hartford Public Library provides free resources that inspire reading, guide learning, and encourage individual exploration.

Matthew Morgan, Executive Director of Journey Home—2019 Recipient of the Neighborhood Builders grant!

About Journey Home

We are a team of innovative problem solvers who are passionate about ending homelessness in our community. Founded in 2007 as the agency responsible for implementing Hartford’s 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness, Journey Home has grown to become a strategic leader and valued partner for homeless service providers throughout the region.

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