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OUR CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

“We are proud to serve and invest in the communities where we operate and contribute to the prosperity and welfare of our neighborhoods. We value and appreciate our partnership with the charitable organizations we work closely with to deliver on our corporate social responsibility.”

Carlos F. Pellas, Chairman
F. Alfredo Pellas, Chairman
Anne Lehner Garcia congratulating student from City Year
BAC Florida Bank is committed to maintaining high ethical standards in all aspects of our operations and believe that it is our corporate social responsibility to support the civic initiatives and objectives of the key communities we serve, both locally and abroad.
Community involvement is a commitment deeply rooted in our heritage and is an important and fundamental principle at BAC Florida Bank.
We are privileged to serve some of the most diverse, vibrant and urban communities in the country. Through our relationships with affordable housing organizations, economic revitalization groups, and local and national nonprofits, we are designing solutions that help enrich and further grow the communities in which we operate.

BAC FLORIDA BANK IN THE COMMUNITY

Our commitment to our South Florida Communities

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CULTIVATING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING

BAC Florida Bank has created partnerships and supported organizations that target economic growth and make affordable housing available in low- to moderate-income neighborhoods. Our Community Development/Affordable Housing partners include Broward Alliance for Neighborhood Development (BAND), Community Reinvestment Group LC, Neighborhood Lending Partners, Housing Opportunities, Mortgage Assistance, & Effective Neighborhood Solutions, Inc. (H.O.M.E.S.), New Equity Partners, Inc., and Rebuilding Together Miami-Dade.
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EDUCATION EMPOWERS PEOPLE

BAC Florida Bank is a strong champion of educational initiatives and has partnered with organizations that empower at-risk students in our communities through programs which improve the quality of education and enhance the students’ opportunities for access, advancement, achievement and personal development.Our education-based alliances include Breakthrough Miami, City Year Miami, The Education Fund, Miami Dade College Foundation, the STEM Education Coalition and Step Up for Students.
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SOCIAL CHANGE & PHILANTHROPIC ENDEAVORS

BAC Florida Bank recognizes the importance of working together with nonprofit organizations in collaborative ways to address numerous social issues, including developmental disabilities, child abuse, healthcare, arts and culture, and economic development.We have forged community bonds for positive change with Actors Playhouse Children’s Theater, American Cancer Society, Americans for Immigrant Justice, Catalyst Miami, Center for Autism & Related Disabilities, Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce, Corpus Christi Social Service Center, Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Kristi House, La Casita Foundation, Liga Contra El Cancer, Saint John Bosco Clinic, the Toys for Tots Foundation and The WOW Center.

EXPLORE OUR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS

Community Development and Affordable Housing Partnerships

PARTNERSHIPS

South Florida Community Partnerships

BAC FLORIDA BANK IN COMMUNITIES ABROAD

Our Commitment to Central American Community Initiatives

Located in South Florida, BAC Florida Bank’s core community is mostly made up of the people, neighborhoods and local businesses we serve in the Miami-Dade and Broward counties; however, a large portion of the bank’s clients are foreign nationals that live in Central America. We are keenly aware of our responsibilities to help the region deal with economic, social and educational challenges that impact the key international communities we serve.

BAC Florida Bank is unique as we are one of the few banks that also are committed to contributing to international endeavors. Our commitment to helping our Central American communities thrive is exemplified through our partnerships with the American Nicaraguan Foundation, APROQUEN, INCAE Business School and Instituto Tecnico Juan Pablo II.

Violeta Fiallos volunteering with the happy children of ANF
American Nicaraguan Foundation
mobilizes and focuses international and local resources to support programs and projects that improve access to, or the quality of, education, nutrition, healthcare, and housing available to Nicaragua’s most impoverished communities.
APROQUEN
is a nonprofit organization founded by Ms. Vivian Pellas, a burn survivor, which is the leading burn care and prevention unit in Central America.
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INCAE Business School

The objective of INCAE ‘s Master Program is to educate leaders and business professionals who will transform companies and organizations in Latin America not only by generating corporate profits but also by creating economic, social and environmental value.

BAC FLORIDA BANK COLLEAGUE SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT

Employee Volunteerism

Each year BAC Florida Bank employees volunteer thousands of hours to local non-profit and non-governmental organizations by devoting their time and expertise. At BAC Florida Bank, we support and encourage employee volunteerism by providing paid volunteer hours for employees to work with BAC Florida Bank’s community partner organizations during the work day.
One BAC Florida Bank employee helping rebuild home

CAREERS

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