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Since opening in January, RISE Recovery has served more than 2,500 clients with its addiction services in Youngstown and Warren.
William Shivers came from a large family that didn’t have much, so he makes it a point to give back when he can. The regional president of Huntington Bank has gone into schools for the United Way of Youngstown and Mahoning Valley‘s Success After 6 program, which as afforded him some special moments, he says.
“A lot of times, the students will come up and give you a hug and tell you ‘thank you.’ And I think it’s them reaching out to say, ‘Listen, we need help. We want help,’ ” Shivers says. “Quite honestly, that’s very fulfilling.”
In Shivers’ Change Makers video interview with Roxann Sebest, he says Huntington employees volunteer time and money to support United Way programs.
“Huntington believes in making people’s lives better, helping businesses thrive and strengthening communities where we serve,” he says. “We’re aligned with the United Way’s mission.
While this is a valid apprehension to have, most students have no reason to worry, says Jean DeAngelo, private client associate with W3 Wealth Management in Warren.
“Dependent students can earn up to $6,570 without affecting their eligibility and most summer jobs won’t bring you that much money,” she says.
In this installment of The Cautious Investor, DeAngelo discusses the income protection allowance and 529 college savings plans.
Greg Greenwood discusses lessons learned about the car business from his dad and his grandfather – the founder of what is now known as Greenwood Chevrolet.