Mitlin Financial Inc. Supports Local Hockey Team’s Breast Cancer Awareness Event

(HAUPPAUGE, New York)   As many things around us start to turn pink this October a local group of boys will be tying up their pink skate laces and slipping into custom pink jersey’s as they step on the ice.  Hauppauge -based Mitlin Financial Inc. is sponsoring the PAL Peewee AA Ice Hockey team as they honor Breast Cancer Awareness month.

Lawrence Sprung, CFP®, President of Mitlin Financial, who lost his mother to breast cancer was humbled to step up and support these young men in their effort to raise awareness about breast cancer.

In conjunction with wearing the jerseys the boys will be raising money for the Long Island 2 Day Walk to Fight Breast Cancer Inc. and auctioning off their jerseys here: The boys whose home rink is The Rinx in Hauppauge, NY will be wearing their custom jersey’s starting October 24th through November 8th.


About Mitlin Financial
Mitlin Financial, Inc. is wealth management firm that helps small business owners, entrepreneurs, corporate executives and retirees secure their financial future through financial planning, independent investment guidance and wealth management.

About LI2DAY
LI2DAY is a non-profit organization that was originally founded in 2004 responding to the critical need for funding of community-based organizations that provide assistance to Long Islanders with breast cancer. To date, LI2DAY has raised over $6 MILLION to fund programs at local grassroots breast cancer and other women’s cancer organizations, breast cancer research and the LI2Day Scholarship Fund.

Disclaimer: This article represents the opinion of Mitlin Financial Inc. It should not be construed as providing investment, legal and/or tax advice.

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