One of those organizations was the Redlands Bowl, which was awarded $5,000, according to Bank of America representatives.
The money, which was handed out in August and September to the organizations, will impact an estimated 88,000 people through the organizations' efforts, according to data provided by the nonprofits.
Each grant will be used to support the nonprofit’s local initiatives to improve access to affordable housing, preserve neighborhoods and provide financial education and coaching for future homeowners, according to Bank of America.
The full list of Inland Empire nonprofit organizations to receive funding through the grants includes:
The Inland Empire nonprofits that will be receiving grants include:
- Academy For Grassroots Organizations
- Associates Of The Redlands Bowl Inc.
- Basin Wide Foundation
- Fair Housing Council Of Riverside County Inc.
- Habitat For Humanity, San Bernardino Area Inc.
- Habitat For Humanity Riverside Inc.
- Housing Opportunities Collaborative
- Neighborhood Housing Services Of The Inland Empire Inc.
- Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services Inc.
- Palm Springs Art Museum
- Riverside Art Museum
- Riverside County Philharmonic Association Inc.