April 20, 2017 – Springfield, MA — Representatives from Bank of America visited the United Way of Pioneer Valley offices in Springfield on Tuesday, April 18 to present a $27,000 check from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation. The funds are unrestricted and will be used further the mission of the United Way.
“We are so grateful to the Bank of America Charitable Foundation for this generous donation,” said Dora Robinson, United Way President Emeritus. “This donation will go a long way as we continue to fight for the health, education and financial stability of children and families in our communites.”
“As part of our commitment to investing in healthy communities across the Commonwealth, Bank of America is proud to partner with the United Way of Pioneer Valley toward our mutual goal of helping people become economically mobile and set them on a path to financial stability,” stated Miceal Chamberlain, Bank of America Massachusetts President.
About United Way of Pioneer Valley
United Way of Pioneer Valley fights for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in every community by finding new solutions to old problems, mobilizing the best resources and inspiring individuals to join the fight against their community’s most daunting social crises.