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Helping Young Entrepreneurs with FedEx Cares

Helping Young Entrepreneurs with FedEx Cares

Luke Jarvis with retired Patriots player Jerod Mayo & Patriots player Devin McCourty 

Nested Bean’s own Luke Jarvis played a part in the donation of $1,000 to Junior Achievement of Northern New England (JANNE) last week. During an exclusive customer appreciation event at Gillette Stadium hosted by FedEx , the Nested Bean team had the opportunity to tour the Patriots locker rooms and even meet the Pats’ defensive back, #32, Devin McCourty and former Patriots linebacker Jerod Mayo.

However, the true highlight of the night was when our “chief web guy”, Luke, won the raffle to donate $1,000 to a charity of his choosing. Luke chose to donate to the local Junior Achievement operation because he “believes in the value of education and its transformative nature.”

Junior Achievement of Northern New England provides hands-on experiences to young people to “inspire and prepare” them to succeed in a global economy. JANNE teaches skills in financial literacy, workforce readiness, and entrepreneurship and has been recognizing and sponsoring the potential of young people since 1945. FedEx Cares has partnered with JANNE to empower the next generation of entrepreneurs.

As a startup company, Nested Bean believes in providing students and young people the opportunities to learn and succeed with the power of entrepreneurship. Nested Bean was proud to have been a part of the contribution made towards such an important cause, thanks to FedEx and FedEx Cares. To learn more about JANNE’s mission, visit http://janewengland.org/about/ and for more info on their partnership with FedEx Cares, visit http://fedexcares.com.

 

 

Manasi Gangan

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