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State Farm Donates $10,000 to Junior Achievement of Wisconsin

MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN – Junior Achievement of Wisconsin (JA) is pleased to announce that State Farm donated $10,000 to provide financial literacy learning experiences for students across Wisconsin. In addition to the generous donation, State Farm employees also volunteer their time to teach Wisconsin students about managing money and preparing for a successful career.

The mission of Junior Achievement of Wisconsin (JA) is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed by recruiting and training community volunteers to teach K-12 students about financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and work readiness. JA programs support the organization’s vision of a world where students have the skillset and mindset to build thriving communities. In the 2022-23 school year, nearly 1,600 students in Columbia and Dane County participated in Junior Achievement learning experiences.

“Our company is committed to educating young adults on the fundamentals of personal finance to help set them up for  a lifetime of good financial habits.” said Alyson Griffin, State Farm Marketing Vice President, and JA USA Board member.

Anyone interested in becoming a Junior Achievement supporter or volunteering to teach JA lessons can find information on the organization’s website at

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