In November, we shared the exciting news that Money Path was expanding throughout Wisconsin, with support from Heartland Advisors and in cooperation with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. As the new semester begins, we've been thrilled to begin connecting with educators all over Wisconsin who want to bring Money Path into their classrooms. You can read the full press release here.
We've also got a new website for Money Path, and the app is now available for individual purchase! If you've got a teen or young adult in your life who would benefit from this incredible resource, check out our student and family plans. Proceeds from the purchase of Money Path go directly towards the funding of our other programs, so it's a win-win.

In addition to the website, please take three minutes to hear some of our students, as well as champion educator Nic Manogue, talk a bit about what Money Path can do in our new video:

Even with the unexpected challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, the impact of our work continued, thanks to all of YOU. During the 2019-2020 fiscal year, we served more than 8,000 teens, held our first virtual Investment Conference with record-setting attendance, and maintained a strong balance sheet. Read more about how SecureFutures responded to the need and safeguarded the future in our 2019-2020 Annual Report.

We're thrilled to welcome Kiana Ayala as our new Program Manager for Money Coach. Kiana joined the team on January 18th and has already hit the ground running as we begin the next semester of Money Coach programming. Read more about Kiana!

Marcos Vega, one of our superstar Money Coach volunteers, was honored as a Mentor of the Game at a Milwaukee Bucks game this month! Marcos and his mentee Catrell exemplify how the game-changing power of SecureFutures mentorship goes far beyond helping teens manage their finances. We're so inspired by his passion and commitment - congratulations, Marcos!
Brenda Campbell appointed to Governor's Financial Literacy Council

We're proud to announce that our President and CEO, Brenda Campbell, has been appointed to the Governor's Council on Financial Literacy. Brenda's expert knowledge and passionate advocacy for financial literacy, education, and empowerment in Wisconsin will be a huge asset to these efforts statewide. We look forward to what she'll accomplish through continued leadership on a state level!
Thank you, corporate and foundation partners!

We are honored to count the Krause Woodhaven Foundation, the Tate Family Foundation, the Olive I. and Eunice J. Toussaint Foundation, the Joseph and Vera Zilber Charitable Foundation, the Krause Family Foundation, the Donald L. & Susan J. Schwartz Foundation, Anonymous via American Endowment Foundation, the Priebe Family Foundation, the Jim & Kristen Hamel Family Foundation, Bret Goodman Companies, the A.O. Smith Foundation, Pieper Electric, Goldman Sachs, Charter Capital Management, Baker Tilly US, and TCF National Bank among our corporate and foundation supporters. Thank you for investing back into the community by supporting teen financial literacy!
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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,