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Bank of America making a difference in Twin Cities


Volunteers from Bank of America helped the HomeAid Twin Cities, a program of the Builders Association of Twin Cities (BATC), pack up over 1,000 CareKits to distribute to homeless shelters in the Twin Cities.

 Volunteers from Bank of America helped the HomeAid Twin Cities, a program of the Builders Association of Twin Cities (BATC), pack up over 1,000 CareKits to distribute to homeless shelters in the Twin Cities. The kits include, shampoo, conditioner, toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, razor and other person hygiene items. Thank you to the Bank of America Volunteers for their time and thank you to all the BATC members who donated items to help fill these kits.

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