Champions for 50:
Bank of America & The Zamansky Brothers
Bank of America along with Special Olympics Athletes and unified partners, Alex, Andrew, Eric and Noah Zamansky are Champions for 50. For over 30, years Bank of America has supported the efforts of Special Olympics athletes on the national and international level. Here in Massachusetts, they have supported initiatives including School Day Games and the Aquatics venue at Summer Games through employee volunteer opportunities, sponsorships, and grants. To highlight their commitment to diversity and inclusion, they are joining forces with the Zamansky brothers, a group of four young men who compete alongside each other on the football field. Together they will help foster the acceptance and inclusion of all people.
In addition to their important financial support, Bank of America will team up with the Zamanskys to further engage employees and their communities around supporting these shared values. To kick this off, Bank of America Massachusetts President, Miceal Chamberlain hosted a panel discussion with the brothers at an employee town hall. The 200 people in attendance got to see firsthand how team work, camaraderie, and shared goals can bring a team closer by breaking down stereotypes and highlighting each person’s ability to provide their unique talent.
Thanks to Bank of America and the Zamansky brothers, more people with and without intellectual disabilities in Massachusetts will be included on and off the field of play.
Bank of America’s Zamansky Brothers Spotlight
Special Olympics USA Games send-off event for the Haverhill Angels Flag Football Team
Bank of America Massachusetts President, Miceal Chamberlain hosted a panel discussion with Alex, Andrew, Eric and Noah Zamansky two days before the team took off for Seattle and the 2018 USA Games.