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Edward Jones Contributes $1 Million to Arts and Education Council for Third Consecutive Year

Edward Jones Contributes $1 Million to Arts and Education Council for Third Consecutive Year

Published 10-01-19

Submitted by Edward Jones

Financial-services firm Edward Jones and its associates have contributed more than $1 million to the Arts and Education Council for the third consecutive year. The donations will support the Arts and Education Council’s programs and services that benefit more than 70 arts organizations and connect 1.6 million adults and children in the bi-state region with the arts each year. 

About 2,400 Edward Jones associates donated more than $655,000 during the firm’s annual two-week campaign at the firm's headquarters..  The campaign, the largest in St. Louis, was led by Edward Jones associates including partner chair Patty Carter and associate co-chairs Nathan Hoffman and Mike Woerner. Edward Jones then made a corporate gift of $355,000, bringing the total campaign giving to more than $1 million. 
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