The Milwaukee Bucks and BMO Harris Bank announced today they will support the expansion of SecureFutures’ financial literacy program to 11 more Milwaukee locations.

The organizations are giving a total of $25,000 for the program expansion and will provide volunteers to mentor students at the new locations.

The program teaches teens about money management practices, helping them change their spending habits at an influential age.  

The donation will fund the launch of the program at Milwaukee Bradley Technology and Trade School, James Madison High School, Milwaukee High School of the Arts, Barack Obama School of Career and Technical Education, Milwaukee North Division, Milwaukee Reagan, Milwaukee Pulaski, Milwaukee Vincent, Carmen, SaintA, and Employ Milwaukee.

“This generous commitment will allow us to reach 2,000 more teens over the next two years, equipping them with the financial fundamentals they need to secure their futures,” said Brenda Campbell, SecureFutures president and CEO.

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