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Triad Securities To Hold Triad Cares Trading Day To Benefit Covid-19 Relief Efforts

Full-service, agency-only brokerage firm Triad Securities Corp. is holding the Triad Cares Trading Day on April 20th benefitting COVID-19 relief efforts. 100% of Triad’s trading commissions on April 20th will be donated to a group of four leading charities that provide services to those impacted by the coronavirus crisis in the Greater New York City area.

Kevin Schultz, Triad Securities Chairman, said: “Our clients, employees, family and friends are all looking for a way to support their communities and the courageous first responders and front-line healthcare workers. We are pleased to do our part by giving our clients a simple and efficient way to give back during this critical time.”

The local causes and charities that will receive donations include:

  • NYC Health & Hospitals – provides supplies to city hospital front-line workers
  • Healthcare Heroes – supports the physical and emotional wellbeing of healthcare workers who are on the front lines 
  • Meals on Wheels – delivers meals to the home-bound elderly in NYC
  • City Harvest – is committed to rescuing and delivering food for 2.5 million New Yorkers

Schultz continued: “We know this is an overwhelming time for many, and simply balancing our own work and family obligations can be a challenge. That’s why we tried to make this as easy as possible for traders to make a difference – just trade with us on Monday and your entire commission will go to support these organizations that are doing such critical work today.”

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