Last month, we announced an exciting new partnership with the Milwaukee Bucks and BMO Harris Bank to expand our Money Sense program in 11 schools. This month, we're highlighting the Bucks employees who volunteer with our Money Sense program, living out the team's commitment to having a positive impact on the local community.
"I wanted to be able to share with the students the mistakes I had made so they could avoid making those same mistakes."
Laurie Baldwin, Bucks employee and Money Sense volunteer
Last week, we celebrated all the students who successfully completed the Money Coach program this semester, as well as the coaches and educators who made it possible by partnering with us. Every semester, Money Coach changes more lives, families, and communities as teens are guided towards financial knowledge and independence by dedicated volunteer mentors.
SecureFutures is in
urgent need of 35 additional Money Coach volunteers for the spring 2019 semester. Without these volunteers, over 120 students may miss out on the opportunity to participate in the life-changing Money Coach program. If you are a professional who wants to give of your knowledge and time, don't miss this opportunity to do crucial and transformative work in the lives of teens. You can ensure that every interested teen has a chance to follow the path to stability and success through financial education. Contact Steph Crosley at firstname.lastname@example.org or
read more about the Money Coach program here.
In this holiday season, we are grateful to our supporters for their commitment to our mission of teen financial literacy. There's still time in 2018 to make a gift. Don't miss this opportunity to change lives.
There are dozens of incredible companies, foundations and individuals who make our teen financial empowerment mission possible. Along with monthly spotlights of those supporters in this newsletter, you can check out the full list here.