Catholic Charities Gets Grant For Senior Citizens’ Program

Jim Nowak, assistant director of Catholic Charities Clinical and Aging Services Department, left, accepts a $10,000 check from Laura Weinstein Dolan, senior vice president, Enterprise Business and Community Engagement Market Manager with Bank of America, inside left, at the kick-off Savvy Saving Seniors Financial Seminar Nov. 10.

Jim Nowak, assistant director of Catholic Charities Clinical and Aging Services Department, left, accepts a $10,000 check from Laura Weinstein Dolan, senior vice president, Enterprise Business and Community Engagement Market Manager with Bank of America, inside left, at the kick-off Savvy Saving Seniors Financial Seminar Nov. 10.

Catholic Charities of Buffalo has received a $10,000 grant from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation to help people 55 and older manage their money.

Catholic Charities will work with the National Council on Aging to provide older adults with credit and debt counseling, employment, housing and financial advice.

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