Young Investors Society Access Initiative
100% of donations will fund our Access Initiative to continue to provide FREE, quality, financial literacy education and programs to schools in under-resourced communities.
Our donors’ contributions have helped grow Young Investors Society into the premier financial literacy program for teens. We rely on donors and corporate support to fund our Access Initiative to provide financial literacy education to under-resourced communities that otherwise would not have access to finance programs due to demographics, income levels and other socio-economic disparities among communities, increase under-represented ethnic groups and women in finance and STEM careers and empower youth to take an active role in their financial future.
Help us reach our goal providing access to FREE, quality financial literacy education to an additional 40 Under-Resourced schools this year!
Your support is extremely important because it offers immediate resources that are directed to continue to support Under-Resourced schools and provide opportunities to underserved students.
A gift of $365.00 will sponsor 1 student scholarship in the Dollar-A-Day Challenge FREE Money Match Program.
A gift of $500.00 or will sponsor our Money Skillz Bootcamp for 8 underserved students.
A gift of $1,250 will sponsor the YIS Access Initiative at 1 School (20 Students) for an entire school year.
A gift of $2,500 will sponsor the YIS Access Initiative at 2 Schools (40 Students) for an entire school year.
A gift of $5,000 will sponsor the YIS Access Initiative at 4 Schools (80 Students) for an entire school year.
Our goal is to fund an additional 40 Under-Resourced schools for the 2021-2022 school year!
Help us reach our goal of $50,000
Checks can be made payable to:
Young Investors Society
31248 Oak Crest Drive Suite 200
Westlake Village, CA. 91361
“You see a lot of disparity and poverty when you look at black and brown communities. There is a huge wealth gap there and a lot of it has to do with the knowledge of money, the stigma around money, how people manage their money, and the decisions that are made in those communities, as well as outside those communities that impacts those communities. If we can help the youth to have a better understanding of how to best use their money and how to grow their money and build businesses within those communities, that’s one way you can better develop those communities and the next generation to build something greater than what they have now.”
-Brandon Miller (Charlotte Independence Goalkeeper & YIS East Coast Advisory Board Member)