What does it mean to be financially capable, and how can that help break the cycle of generational poverty?

Read Brenda's new blog post about how financial capability is different than financial education, and why that matters.

We were excited to partner this month with the New Berlin School District to ensure that every one of their graduating seniors completed the "To Your Credit" session of our Money Sense program. Read more here!
"SecureFutures offered authentic learning experiences: real-world professionals as instructors and authentic and timely lessons for our students."
Kevin Gemignani, Associate Principal, New Berlin Eisenhower High School

Don't miss the Midwest's premiere event for investment knowledge, including a panel on sustainable investing and new ideas from emerging managers. All proceeds from the conference benefit teens served by SecureFutures. Register now!
Remembering George Mosher
We are saddened by the recent passing of George Mosher. George was a longtime supporter and champion of SecureFutures, as well as many other wonderful organizations in our community. He will be dearly missed!
Become a Money Path volunteer today!

SecureFutures is in need of volunteers for our new program, Money Path. If you're comfortable navigating a simple software application, are familiar with budgeting and savings goals, and can guide students in independent exploration, this opportunity is for you! The time commitment is short - just 90 minutes in the classroom - but the difference you can make is immeasurable. We have several training sessions coming up in February and March. Contact Volunteer Manager, Kathy, at kathy@securefutures.org or
(414) 310-5917 to learn more.
710 N. Plankinton Ave., Suite 1400
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 monthly spotlights of those supporters in this newsletter, you can check out the full list here .