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Area groups get $1.8M in grants

Funds will help those in need in Northeastern Wisconsin

9:43 PM, Jun. 17, 2013
Poverty
Poverty "is real" in region, charity event directo...: The Basic Needs Giving Partnership has awarded $1.8 million to help nonprofits address the root causes of poverty in Northeastern Wisconsin. It was announced at the Student Center of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in Green Bay June 17, 2013.
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Mishandling a $5,000 financial aid refund check can land a student in steep debt and eventual poverty.

Since August 2012, the Financial Wellness Center of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in Green Bay has been helping students develop spending plans to manage those large sums of money each semester.

"Financial aid is the largest piece of money they've ever seen," said program financial coach Michael Brown. ...

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