Despite the monumental challenges of the past year, our coalition of educators, volunteers, supporters, and staff have remained committed to ensuring that every teen has access to the financial education, tools, and mentorship they need to move forward to a secure future. This spring saw us pivot quickly to an all virtual format, continuing to offer our three core programs as well as new applications of our programming. We are proud of this year's successes and we look forward to continuing to adapt our programs to the needs of teachers and teens as we head into the fall semester.
Students Served
Site Partners
I like the feeling of being responsible and becoming independent
by creating a budget and managing my expenses.
Lizeth, student at Carmen HS

Sometimes it can be hard to envision what life might actually be like.
With Money Path, I’m seeing everything come together.
Anonymous, student at Pewaukee HS

Money Coach taught me very valuable life lessons that
I needed to know for the real world.
Valerie, student at Hmong American Peace Academy
Though we're proud of our measurable outcomes, the true impact of our programs can only be communicated through the words of the students who participate.

Introducing: Money Sense Flex and Money Sense On Demand!
To better meet the needs of our educator partners as they navigate the complexities of virtual and hybrid-model teaching, we have expanded our delivery options for Money Sense, our financial fundamentals program. With Money Sense Flex, your students can participate in our 6-session financial basics course virtually, either facilitated by one of our volunteers or directly by the educator using our comprehensive curriculum and Prezi presentations. With Money Sense On Demand, students have access to our full library of virtual learning modules, which can be assigned as independent work or incorporated into existing lessons plans.

Our goal this year is flexibility and customization. Please contact Program Director Patrick Armstrong at or (414) 310-5918 to learn more about all of our program options and how we can meet your needs as an educator. We're here for you!

SecureFutures volunteers, we want to hear from YOU! We're continuing to adapt our programming to meet the needs of teens and educators during this time, which means we'll be offering many of our programs virtually. Please take a few minutes to fill out our volunteer survey and let us know your availability and interest in delivering virtual programs during the upcoming fall semester. Thank you for your response, and for your dedication to the mission of teen financial capability!
One of the lessons we teach to the teens in our programs is to budget so you spend wisely and can plan for the future - this is no different for an organization that provides sustained support to those it serves. I give monthly to provide impact today but also for the future.
Sandy Dunst, SecureFutures volunteer and monthly donor
Why is monthly giving so necessary for non-profits like us? One word: sustainability. As we look ahead to a challenging fiscal and educational year, we need more champions to commit to a monthly gift so we can keep providing necessary financial education to teens in our community.

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Milwaukee, WI 53203
(414) 273-8101
There are dozens of incredible companies, foundations and individuals who make our teen financial empowerment mission possible. Along with spotlights of those supporters in this newsletter,