The latest announcement by this company is about its $2 million investment into a program that will see it offer grants to the Chicago non-profit organizations. Through its recent statement, the bank outlined that it remained committed to creating economic opportunities in Chicago’s West and South sides. It outlined that the grants were part of a $40 million commitment.
About six non-profit organizations are set to benefit from the more than $2 million. These organizations have over the years remained committed to assisting all the minor business in the distressed neighborhoods, as well as the minority entrepreneurs and women. Among the list of recipients are Blue1647, Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Sunshine Enterprises, World Business Chicago and Women’s Business Development Center. READ MORE AT MARKET EXCLUSIVE