Local Nonprofit That Supports Veterans Gets $200K from Bank of America

Local Nonprofit That Supports Veterans Gets $200K from Bank of America
Wednesday night, Bank of America announced Goodwill of Southern Nevada as the recipient of its $200,000 Neighborhood Builders grant during an annual community celebration at The Smith Center

George W. Smith of Bank of America discusses Neighborhood Builders program and donation
George W. Smith of Bank of America discusses Neighborhood Builders program and donation

The Neighborhood Builders grant will provide a financial boost to Goodwill’s Veteran Integration Program (VIP) – which provides coordinated job training and employment services tailored to veterans, and their families’, unique needs. Since its inception two years ago, Goodwill’s VIP has helped more than 500 local veterans and immediate family members find work and become self-supporting. The grant is projected to assist approximately 225 veterans and/or family members find work in Southern Nevada over a two-year period.

Local Nonprofit That Supports Veterans Gets $200K from Bank of America
Local Nonprofit That Supports Veterans Gets $200K from Bank of America

Also at The Smith Center celebration, Bank of America announced more than $2 million in financial support for 75-plus Southern Nevada community nonprofits. The event provided a unique opportunity for Las Vegas’ nonprofit leaders to come together and celebrate successes within our community.

75-plus Southern Nevada community nonprofits post with George W. Smith of Bank of America holding $2 Million check
75-plus Southern Nevada community nonprofits post with George W. Smith of Bank of America holding $2 Million check