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Florida

Employees

63,103

New Small Business Loans

$4.76 billion

Home Mortgage Originations

$14.5 billion

Municipal Bond Underwriting

$6.97 billion

Total Deposits

$251 billion

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Region: Fort Lauderdale

Bank of America Helps to Prepare Students for the Workforce

Since 2004, Bank of America's Neighborhood Builders program has invested more than $220 million in 49 communities and partnered with more than 1,000 nonprofits and more than 2,000 nonprofit leaders. As part of the program, Bank of America provided a $200,000 grant to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County to prepare area teens for higher education and the workforce.

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Region: Fort Lauderdale

JPMorgan Chase’s New Skills for Youth Initiative

JPMorgan’s New Skills for Youth Summer Youth Employment Program is a $17 million, five-year commitment to U.S. cities working to increase access for teens to quality summer work experiences that put them on a path to greater economic mobility. In 2017, JPMorgan provided a $135,000 grant to the Broward Education Foundation.

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Region: Jacksonville

Citi Works with Veterans Transitioning into the Workplace

Jacksonville’s Citi Salutes network collaborates with the Institute of Veterans and Military Families to support Onward to Opportunity (O2O), a program that helps prepare service members, veterans and military spouses for transition into the workplace. In 2019, Citi employees hosted the first “Welcome to Corporate America” mixer, designed to connect program participants with prospective employers for networking and candid discussions on resumes, interview prep and hiring processes.

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Region: Jacksonville

JPMorgan Invests in Youth to Increase Economic Mobility

In 2018, JPMorgan awarded a $75,000 grant to MDC to support the Network for Southern Economic Mobility, a group of Southern cities, including Jacksonville, committed to increasing economic mobility for young adults in the lowest income brackets. Through the network, city leaders receive customized coaching, learn about governmental systems change, and identify strategies to eliminate barriers to economic mobility.

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Region: Gainesville

JPMorgan Works to Solve Challenges Caused by Extreme Weather

JPMorgan Chase has invested in a number of programs in South Florida working on challenges caused by extreme weather, including efforts of the University of Florida, Enterprise Community Partners and National Low-Income Housing Coalition to study how disasters may affect low- and moderate-income households. The partners are building a public database to identify the neighborhoods most at risk of impact from flooding, storms and rising sea levels.

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Region: Orlando

JPMorgan Invests in Orlando

In 2017, JPMorgan’s PRO Neighborhoods invested $5 million in Orlando crisis areas to focus on rental housing innovations. The PRO Neighborhoods initiative is working to rebuild blighted communities, develop new funding sources for underserved small business owners, create affordable housing for workers, and provide sustainable alternatives to payday lending.

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Region: Orlando

Wells Fargo Supports Affordable Housing in Orlando

In 2018, Wells Fargo donated $19.1 million through 1,200 grants to local nonprofits, schools and community organizations in Florida. In Orlando, Wells Fargo collaborated with Orlando Neighborhood Improvement Corporation to provide homebuyer education, down payment assistance and other affordable housing solutions.

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Region: Miami

Citi’s Community Progress Makers Fund

The Community Progress Makers Fund is a $20 million, two-year initiative by the Citi Foundation to support high-impact community organizations that are driving local economic opportunities. The expansion in Miami has extended investments and support to area groups including Catalyst Miami, The Miami Foundation, Hispanic Unity of Florida, United Way of Miami-Dade, and Urban League of Broward County.

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Region: Miami

JPMorgan Supports Miami Small Businesses & Jobs

As part of its AdvancingCities challenge, JPMorgan awarded a $3 million grant to Miami’s Resilient305 – a collaboration of nonprofit, business, and area government leaders. Resilient305 is partnering with Miami’s major employers, universities, nonprofits and local governments to help Miami residents and small businesses position themselves so they can withstand chronic financial stresses.

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Region: Miami

Bank of America Supports Area Nonprofits

In 2018, the Bank of America Charitable Foundation awarded $3 million to South Florida nonprofits, including Miami’s Year Up and Endeavor. Each nonprofit received $200,000 in grants to support Miami-area small businesses as well as workforce development and skills training for young adults in traditionally underserved urban areas.

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Region: Tallahassee

Wells Fargo Supports Florida Nonprofits

In 2018, Wells Fargo donated $19.1 million through 1,200 grants to local nonprofits, schools, and community organizations throughout the state of Florida. When combined with the $1.8 million donated by the company’s Florida team members, nonprofits in the state received nearly $21 million from Wells Fargo.

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