DURHAM – When it comes to improving the health, finances and personal fulfillment of people across the state, few volunteers work as hard as Ronald “Ron” and Cynthia Ivey of Raleigh. The couple was honored this week with North Carolina's prestigious Andrus Award for Community Service presented annually by AARP .
RALEIGH -- In a first-of-its-kind effort, AARP North Carolina and Shaw University Divinity School have announced a pilot program on financial literacy. This effort is being implemented to improve the savings rates of individuals of all ages so people can be better prepared to meet the financial demands of the future.
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