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Jovia Financial Credit Union and Northwell Health Ice Center Build Partnership to Support Youth Sports – Community News

In an ongoing effort to support youth in our communities, Jovia Financial Credit Union, one of Long Island’s leading credit unions, announced a multi-year partnership agreement with Northwell Health Ice Center as the “Official Co-op Partner credit” from the Ice Center located in Eisenhower Park in East Meadow, NY / Westbury, NY.

Jovia will be the presenting sponsor of the Northwell Health Ice Center’s in-house youth hockey programs, which includes youth house leagues, youth summer camps and youth clinics. Each program is intended for children from 5 to 13 years old.

A Jovia Financial Credit Union ATM will be conveniently located in the main lobby, and during select hours, Jovia representatives will be on hand to interact with families, provide information about Jovia services, and promote financial literacy.

“Youth’s passion for hockey is growing by leaps and bounds and Jovia is thrilled to be a part of it by partnering with the Northwell Health Ice Center to sponsor its in-house youth hockey programs,” commented Renu Dalessandro, Director of marketing at Jovia. Financial Credit Fund. “Youth sports provide many benefits to children, both mentally and physically, and we look forward to supporting youth hockey and athletics on Long Island, while helping children have sporting experiences. fulfilling.”

One of Long Island’s coolest sports venues, the Northwell Health Ice Center is not only a place to ice skate, but it’s also the official practice facility for the New York Islanders. It is also home to many youth hockey programs such as PAL Junior Islanders, Girl’s Elite Hockey Program, and Long Island Mavericks, as well as local public and private college hockey teams, Farmingdale State Men’s Hockey, Long Island University, Men & Women’s. Hockey program and several adult hockey leagues.

“We are thrilled to work with Jovia Financial Credit Union as the ‘Official Credit Union Partner’ of the Northwell Health Ice Center,” commented Christopher Lombardo, Vice President of Partnerships, Northwell Health Ice Center. “Jovia is such a big believer in giving back to the local community and we’re proud to team up with them to support youth hockey on Long Island.”

At approximately 175,000 square feet, the Northwell Health Ice Center offers something for all ages and skill levels, including hockey development classes, skating and hockey skills clinics , ice skating lessons, free figure skating sessions and public skating sessions.

The state-of-the-art facility also offers a gymnasium/training center, hockey and figure skating equipment, skate sharpening, athletic therapy and rehabilitation services, the Allstar Kids Center and the Islanders Pro Shop. from New York.