Sandler O’Neil, bank that lost 66 workers on 9/11, has paid for all their kids to go to college

Sandler O’Neill & Partners had offices on the 104th floor of the World Trade Center’s South Tower. Sixty-six of their employees were killed by terrorists during the attacks of September 11, 2001. Those killed left 76 children.

The company immediately set up the Sandler O’Neill Foundation, which has as of today sent 54 of those children to college, tuition paid reports the Good News Network. Twenty-two others are still eligible for the program.

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