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Financial Literacy Grants

The New York City-based Goldman Sachs Foundation, the philanthropic arm of The Goldman Sachs Group Inc., a global investment banking firm, has awarded a $98,000 grant to Junior Achievement, a Colorado Springs, Colo.-based nonprofit that promotes financial literacy and job readiness skills for middle and high school students. The grant will be used to help youths learn how to save and manage their money.

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