Chicago Business reported the fund is used to distribute money to different non-profits, who then use the financing to support local, minority-owned small businesses in Chicago’s West and South sides.
Chicago Business added that Providence, though distributing the same amount as the other banks, contributed a greater proportion of its net income as part of its stated goal to give away 10 % of its profits every year.
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