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Business Supporters

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Leadership Circle

ARAMARK
Comcast
Siemens

Partnership Circle

Abbott
Allstate
Capital One
FedEx
GlaxoSmithKline
ING Foundation
JPMorganChase
KPMG LLP
Microsoft

Patron

Accenture
AltruShare Securities
Bank of America
Campbell Soup Company
CIGNA
GALLUP
HCA/TriStar
HCSC
Home Depot
JetBlue
Motorola Foundation
Office Depot Foundation
PAETEC
PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.
Southwest

Supporter

Air Products
Altria Group, Inc.
Amway
AXA Equitable
Booz Allen Hamilton
Cox Communications
Deloitte
Entergy
Estee Lauder Inc.
General Mills
Intel Corporation
ITT Corporation
Kraft Foods Company
LexisNexis
Manpower, Inc.
Maritz
Merck & Co., Inc.
Northrop Grumman
UnitedHealth
USA TODAY
Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.
Xilinx, Inc.

Associate

Ammado
Community Reinvestment Fund, USA
Dow Chemical Company
Fairmount Minerals
Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation
HPCareer.Net
IBM Corporation

Program Partners

PBS

In partnership with the Public Broadcasting Service, the National program hosts regional forums throughout the United States aimed to bring business, association, local government, and community leaders to the table to discuss priorities, challenges, and opportunities to help sustain competitiveness and long-term development in communities for years to come. 

These forums provide an opportunity for businesses and community leaders to hear about the issues affecting their community and formulate an action-oriented agenda on how to tackle the issues in order sustain healthy and productive communities.  Issues range from energy and environment and economic development, to health and wellness and education.

Department of Housing and Urban Development

BCLC partners HUD's Office for International and Philanthropic Innovation (IPI) in order to advance the field of community development by leveraging mutually beneficial information, resources, and activities.

Activities as a result of the partnership include:

  • Convening mutual philanthropic stakeholders at regular intervals
  • Establishing a method to simplify and streamline the process through which philanthropic partners in the private sector engage with HUD programs and policies
  • Developing a platform for BCLC and HUD’s philanthropic and community experts to leverage ideas, lessons, and relationships in a manner that improves overall business participation in U.S. community development