Bank of America Charitable Foundation


2010 Haiti earthquake

WFP/Jim Farrell

Bank of America, an American multinational investment bank and financial services company, has been a proud partner of World Food Program USA since 2000. Through its ongoing support of United Nations World Food Programme’s disaster relief and rebuilding, support from bank employees, and the
company’s investment in global economic livelihood efforts like U.N. World Food Programme’s Gender Innovation Fund and Asset Building Programs, Bank of America has helped U.N. World Food Programme reach millions of people with lifesaving hunger relief, humanitarian assistance and long-term support to aid post-crisis recovery and get people back on the path to stability. The Bank of America Charitable Foundation invests in the World Food Program USA’s Emergency Response Fund and over the years delivered critical support for U.N. World Food Programme’s crisis relief efforts, including assistance to humanitarian response operations in Syria, immediate emergency relief in Nepal and the Ebola epidemic. In 2020, Bank of America contributed an additional $500,000 in support of the U.N. World Food Programme’s COVID-19 relief efforts.