November is Financial Literacy Month - a topic we are passionate about and committed to through our programs that teach youth how to live financially healthy lives. JA gives students the tools they need to develop transferable skills by learning about budgeting, payment methods, consumer rights and investing. Through our programs, young people are better prepared with the skillset and mindset to navigate the everchanging economic realities and build thriving communities.
Last year, more than 270,000 students across Canada participated in JA learning experiences made possible through the support of our national and local partnerships. By investing in JA, you empower young people to become innovators, entrepreneurs and financially healthy individuals who are equipped to lead our communities and country into the future.
Thank you to our national and local financial literacy supporters listed below.
National Financial Literacy Partners
The Actuarial Foundation of Canada
Z Zurich Foundation
Local Financial Literacy Partners
Provincial Partner of Financial Literacy: Servus Credit Union
Coast Capital Savings
Firstlight Foundation - John and Dana Montalbano
The Francis Family Foundation
George and Sylvia Melville
The Geyer Family
The Nicola Family Foundation
Nicola Wealth Management
Pankaj & Rita Agarwal
Peter and Joanne Brown Foundation
Province of British Columbia
Carleton University, Sprott School of Business
The Counselling Foundation of Canada
Duffey Financial Solutions
Maria Pecorella Insurance Ltd.
Ottawa Community Foundation
Paterson & Company
Telfer School of Management
South Western Ontario
Libro Credit Union
Ontario Trillium Foundation
Region of Waterloo
Our mission is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.