Financial education for teens is vital. If you’ve been wondering how you can help, you’ve come to the right place! Here are just a few of the ways you can take action today to connect teens to financial learning and capability.
Spread the word
Bring Money Path to your school
Money Path is available at no cost to all high schools in Wisconsin thanks to generous sponsors and donors! Help us spread the word by contacting the administrator or academic and career counselor at your teen’s school to encourage them to make Money Path available to their students. Schools canconnect with staffwho will assist them in implementing Money Path.
Share on social media
Connect with us on one of our social media accounts and share with your networks about why you think teen financial education is important and the exciting things that are happening at SecureFutures.
Host an info session
Do you have friends or colleagues who might be interested in learning more about SecureFutures? Invite them to join you for an info session about our mission and programs! Our staff will be happy to facilitate – contact us todayto schedule an info session today.
We are always seeking new members of our advisory committees, including our Education Committee, Fund Development Committee, Marketing and Communications Committee, and Investment Conference Planning Committee. If you have expertise in one of these areas and would be interested in getting involved, contact Brenda Campbell email@example.com.
Become a Financially Fearless fundraiser
Every April, we celebrate Financial Literacy Month with our Financially Fearless campaign! Contact Lauren Zeihen firstname.lastname@example.org learn more about the campaign and how you can join in as a peer-to-peer fundraiser.