Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan announced a $500,000 investment in literacy programs Monday. The money includes the cost of building 18 libraries at day cares, preschools and community centers in low income areas. Bank of America and Lowe’s also contributed.
Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan announced a $500,000 investment in literacy programs Monday. The money includes the cost of building 18 libraries at day cares, preschools and community centers in low income areas. Bank of America and Lowe’s also contributed. Jeff Siner JEFF SINER - jsiner@charlotteobs
Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan announced a $500,000 investment in literacy programs Monday. The money includes the cost of building 18 libraries at day cares, preschools and community centers in low income areas. Bank of America and Lowe’s also contributed. Jeff Siner JEFF SINER - jsiner@charlotteobs

Michael Jordan announces $500,000 investment in literacy

June 20, 2016 10:48 AM

UPDATED June 20, 2016 09:55 PM

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