Erica Bohannon, Trotwood resident and tornado survivor, got a new home with the help of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton. 
Photo: BRAD LEE / STAFF FILE
Photo: BRAD LEE / STAFF FILE

Bank of America awards grant to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton

The grants are to help support the organization’s goal to provide strength, stability and self-reliance through affordable home-ownership.

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This week, over 2,800 Bank of America volunteers will also be participating in the company’s sixth Global Build, a weeklong initiative to support affordable housing and projects.

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Habitat and Bank of America has partnered for over 30 years with bank volunteers giving more than 40,000 hours through board service, home build initiatives and financial literacy training. 

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