To further Lawrence CommunityWorks’ (LCW) support of Lawrence residents with financial
empowerment training programs, Bank of America graciously awarded a grant to the nonprofit
so it can continue its work with residents’ and families’ goals of financial security,
homeownership and building a secure future.
“LCW’s continuing work in civic engagement and financial empowerment has never been more
critical,” says LCW Executive Director Jessica Andors. “Our partnership with Bank of America
and their support of our programs have made an impact on our ability to train and coach more
Lawrence residents and families to achieve economic equity.”
The list of LCW training programs is long and includes:
- Homeownership services includes pre-purchase counseling and first-time homebuyer
education, and foreclosure prevention and intervention, rental counseling, financial
coaching and emergency financial assistance.
- Landlord training and rental/mortgage financial assistance, rental counseling, landlord
mediation and legal assistance, and tenants’ rights workshops prepares residents for
personal financial success.
- Financial empowerment services help individuals and families develop financial plans
and strategies for building economic well-being and upward mobility.
“We are incredibly proud to partner with Lawrence Community Works and commend you and
your team for all that you do,” said Brittney Macomber, Bank of America community relations
manager. “Thank you for your commitment to our community – we appreciate your