Bank That Lost 66 Workers on 9/11 Has Paid for All Their Kids to Go to College

rainbow-over-world-trade-center-Twitter-BenSturner-leverageagencyOn Sept. 11, 2001, 66 men and women who worked for the investment banking firm Sandler O’Neill & Partners on the 104th floor in the World Trade Center lost their lives. Following the terrorist attacks, the company made the decision to set up a foundation to pay college tuition for all the 76 children of their fallen colleagues. So far, 54 young men and women have had their college tuition paid, with 22 young men and women still eligible. The 54 who are attending or have attended college have gone to every sort of college imaginable — from Stanford to Notre Dame to community colleges and technical institutes.

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