The Bank of America Charitable Foundation, Inc. 150 N. College St., NC1-028-17-06 Charlotte, NC United States 28255-2271 Telephone: (800) 218-9946 URL: www.bankofamerica.com/foundation/index.cfm Type of Grant maker Company-sponsored foundation Financial Data (yr. ended 2014-12-31) Assets: $4,083,376 total giving: $175,729,430.
Nationwide Insurance Foundation (formerly Nationwide Foundation) 1 West Nationwide Blvd., 1-2-16 Columbus, OH United States 43215-2220 Telephone: (614) 249-4310 Contact: Karen Blickley, Sr. Dir. Fax: (866) 212-7960 E-mail: email@example.com
URL: https://www.nationwide.com/personal/about-us/giving/nationwide-foundation/ Type of Grant maker Company-sponsored foundation Financial Data (yr. ended 2014-12-31) Assets: $82,974,122 Total giving: $36,938,077 EIN 316022301 Bridge Number 8073642518 990
Chase J.P. Morgan fund Non-Profit 501-c3 charity organizations. They have contributed over $204.9 Million to US nonprofits, and Walmart grant funding to nonprofits, Smart & Final, and Safeway.
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