The following CDFIs are supported by Bank of America and currently operate programs to assist residents or small businesses affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Small businesses and individuals requiring financial support as a result of the storm should call or visit the websites listed below for more information.
Organization (CDFI)   Contact
Accion USA  

Phone: 866-245-0783

www.accionusa.org
Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE)  

Phone: 212-979-8988

www.aafe.org
Cooperative Business Assistance Corporation (CBAC)  

Phone: 856-966-8181

www.cbaclenders.com
CDC of Long Island  

Phone: 631-471-1215

www.cdcli.org
New Jersey Community Capital  

Phone: 732-640-2061

www.newjerseycommunitycapital.org
Enterprise Community Partners  

Phone: 212-284-7121

www.enterprisecommunity.com
Grow America Fund  

Phone: 212-682-1106

www.nationaldevelopmentcouncil.org
LISC  

Phone: 212-455-9800

www.lisc.org
Low Income Investment Fund  

Phone: 212-509-5509

www.liifund.org
New York Business Development Corp  

Phone 800-923-2504

www.nybdc.org
Nonprofit Finance Fund  

Phone: 212-868-6710

Phone: 973-642-2500

www.nonprofitfinancefund.org
Renaissance EDC  

Phone: 212-964-6022

www.renaissance-ny.org
UCEDC  

Phone: 908-527-1166

www.ucedc.com

The bank’s other efforts to help support Hurricane Sandy relief include a $1 million donation from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation, and a $2 million commitment as part of the recently announced recovery loan fund program to help small businesses in the New York area. Also, the bank refunded certain fees for Consumer and Small Business customers in select states, and established an Employee Disaster Relief Fund to provide employees with financial grants for expenses such as food, clothing, lodging and basic transportation.

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