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New grant program for LEED Neighborhood Development in the US

The Bank of America and the US Green Building Council is launching an Affordable Green Neighborhoods Grant Program to aid the pursuit of LEED for neighborhood development projects. The grant program is open to developers and related public agencies that choose to pursue LEED for Neighborhood Development certification and demonstrate a commitment toward strengthening existing communities by providing affordable green housing to citizens with a range of income levels.

“As both a community development and environmental leader, Bank of America’s partnership with the U.S. Green Building Council to grow its LEED for Neighborhood Development program brings together the combined goals of our two organisations in a way that can dramatically impact the health and vitality of communities across the country,” said Kerry Sullivan, President of Bank of America Charitable Foundation.

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