Updated April 30, 10:19 a.m. - The donated funds were originally $1.3 million. The story has been updated to reflect the larger donation.

Bank of America has donated $1.4 million to support nonprofits throughout the Greater Houston area, according to a press release April 22. The 23 nonprofits are specialized in providing essential services such as meals, medical services and homelessness prevention during the coronavirus outbreak.

“Houston local nonprofits are doing incredible work supporting our residents in need and responding to significant challenges in the face of the coronavirus crisis,” said Hong Ogle, Bank of America Houston Market president, in the release. “By partnering with leading local nonprofits as they deploy critical resources to address some of the most basic and pressing needs, our Bank of America team is able to help make a difference in the communities we serve.”

The nonprofits receiving funds are: