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Two Long Island nonprofits were awarded $15,000 each as the winners of the first annual Capital One Bank's Financial Literacy Challenge last night.
Literacy Nassau, Inc. of Freeport and South Oaks Hospital in Amityville were recognized for implementing successful financial literacy education programs; the award money will go towards continuing the efforts.
The two nonprofits were selected...Read more »
United Way of Long Island, one of the largest local nonprofits, recently selected its second cohort of fellows in a program it is running with Hofstra University's Zarb School of Business.
Zarb students Max Liang, 25, and Ezekiel Arrington, 26, were named the United Way-Hofstra board fellows earlier this year. As part of the fellowship, Liang and Arrington will be able to sit in on United...Read more »