Citizens to provide $1.5 million for financial literacy

BARBARA COTTAM, head of corporate affairs for Citizens Bank, says learning the basics of financial literacy is the first step to achieving your financial goals and becoming financially secure. / PBN FILE PHOTO/STEPHANIE ALVAREZ EWENS
BARBARA COTTAM, head of corporate affairs for Citizens Bank, says learning the basics of financial literacy is the first step to achieving your financial goals and becoming financially secure. / PBN FILE PHOTO/STEPHANIE ALVAREZ EWENS
PROVIDENCE – Citizens Bank is providing $1.5 million to 80 nonprofits across its geographical footprint to support financial literacy. April marks the national financial literacy month and the Providence-based bank is launching a financial-education program it calls “Citizens Helping Citizens Manage Money.” The program, the bank estimates, will reach more than 350,000 people through local…

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