Junior Achievement Announces Grants from Southern Indiana Foundations
Volunteers are Needed to Teach JA to Southern Indiana Students
Junior Achievement has much to be thankful for during this holiday season. Six of Southern Indiana’s foundations have recently announced extraordinary support to ensure that our children learn the economics of life this year:
Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana served 3,163 students from Clark, Crawford and Washington County schools with its financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship programs this year thanks to a $54,115 grant from First Savings Bank’s First Savings Charitable Foundation.
Harrison County Community Foundation Grant Provides Valuable Economics Programs for 1,879 Students
Thanks to a generous grant from the Harrison County Community Foundation 1,879 Harrison County students experienced Junior Achievement's financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship programs!
Junior Achievement Surpasses Goal for Walmart Foundation Grant
The Walmart Foundation awarded Junior Achievement area offices with a $75,000 grant to provide 8,000 Kentucky middle and high school students with JA's financial literacy programs. The six JA offices participating (JA of Kentuckiana included) served 8,230 Kentucky students!