SC&H Charitable Foundation Grants Junior Achievement of Central MD $100,000
Investment Will Help to Expand Both the JA Biz Town and JA Finance Park Virtual Programs
SC&H Group has granted Junior Achievement of Central Maryland Inc. (JA) $100,000 to expand the organization’s financial education and workforce development programs, JA Biz Town and JA Finance Park Virtual, to each of the 33 Baltimore City Catholic and Charter elementary and middle schools.
“SC&H Group is one of the first organizations to step up in a big way to support Junior Achievement’s programming in schools across Baltimore City,” said Jennifer Bodensiek, President of Junior Achievement of Central Maryland. “Their generosity represents a commitment to the future of Baltimore’s students and to Junior Achievement. We are thrilled that they are expanding their long-time partnership with us in an impactful way.”
“Financial literacy is fundamentally important for every student,” said Ron Causey, CEO and Co-Founder of SC&H Group. “We are excited to support this effort and help Junior Achievement spread the gift of financial and workforce education to more students in central Maryland in a way that brings real-world situations to life.”
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