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Lincoln Financial Group dedicates Days of Caring to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Fort Wayne

The following statement was issued Thursday by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Fort Wayne:

Fort Wayne, IN, August 20, 2014 – Lincoln Financial Group has dedicated two full Days of Caring to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Fort Wayne. Over 60 LFC employees will roll up their sleeves and get down to work at the Fairfield and McCormick Club sites on Wednesday August 20 and Thursday August 21. The volunteers will be painting and doing maintenance both inside and outside the Clubs.

“We are extremely pleased to have a corporate partner like Lincoln Financial Group to embrace and assist us in carrying out our mission of inspiring young people in our community,” stated Joe Jordan, President and CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Fort Wayne, “I can’t emphasize enough how significant this partnership is to the bottom line of the organization and to serving community youth. Lincoln Financial Group epitomizes what corporate citizenship is all about. Because of their efforts, we are better prepared to serve our children.”

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