Bank of America/Merrill Lynch Donates to Junior Achievement

Pictured L to R: Ryan Kirby, Merrill Lynch; Jayme Hayes, president Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore
Bank of America/Merrill Lynch recently made a $5,000 donation to support local Junior Achievement (JA) programs. Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore is a non-profit organization dedicated to teaching financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship to local K-12 school children. The gift made by Bank of America/Merrill Lynch will be used to purchase program material and bring these programs to area low-to-moderate income schools. “As a JA volunteer/teacher for many years, I’m proud of the curriculum JA provides the community,” said Ryan Kirby, Merrill Lynch of Salisbury’s vice president/resident director. “Teaching our youth personal finance, work readiness, and entrepreneurship are core skills required for a successful career.”
For more information, email JAES at, call 410-742-8112, or visit

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