NEWARK, Del.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
Ceremony to be Held at The Bancroft School
Sallie Mae, through its charitable arm, The Sallie Mae Fund, will present a $100,000 contribution to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Delaware on Monday, Oct. 28 at 11 a.m. at The Bancroft School in Wilmington. Raymond J. Quinlan, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Sallie Mae, along with Mary P. Fox, executive director, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Delaware, and Michelle Harlee, Wilmington City Council Member, 4th District will be on hand for the special check presentation.
The $100,000 contribution from Sallie Mae will support the nonprofit’s school-based mentoring programs. For more than 50 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Delaware has worked to help mentees excel in school, improve their relationships within the community, and make positive life choices.
The Sallie Mae Fund has awarded more than $240,000 in grants to support Big Brothers Big Sisters of Delaware since 2014. Sallie Mae employees also participate in the nonprofit’s Bowl for Kids’ Sake signature fundraiser and the Clothes for Kids’ Sake program.
Raymond J. Quinlan, chairman and chief executive officer, Sallie Mae
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Delaware and Sallie Mae will host a check presentation at The Bancroft School in Wilmington to commemorate Sallie Mae’s $100,000 grant to support the non-profit’s school-based mentoring initiatives.
Monday, Oct. 28
For more information about Sallie Mae’s efforts in the community, visit SallieMae.com.
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