“We are extremely grateful for this generous commitment by the Bank of America Charitable Foundation,”
“Bank of America recognizes that jobs and education play a critical role in advancing economic development, and we continue to look for ways to support innovative programs that help unemployed, underemployed, veterans, youth, and those with disabilities connect with employment success,” said Kari Stoltz, Bank of America Triangle Market President. “The bank’s investment in Wake Tech is just one of the ways we are supporting education and workforce development organizations in our community and improving local economies across the country.”
Bank of America and the Bank of America Charitable Foundation have been avid supporters of Wake Tech since 1992, having contributed nearly $90,000 to the Wake Tech Foundation. That generosity includes a $30,000 gift to the GED/AHS programs last year.
The Ripple Effect is a response to record-breaking enrollment at Wake Tech and increased demand for the many training programs and educational options the college offers. The campaign supports scholarships and mentoring initiatives for students, faculty and staff innovation, and technology to provide the most up-to-date training. Investors may make gifts in the form of cash, securities, personal property, and planned gifts of many types. To find out more, visit http://therippleeffectcampaign.org or contact email@example.com.