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Financial Literacy Month 
with us for the entire Month of April!

In celebration of Financial Literacy Month, we have extended our Volunteer Appreciation Raffle throughout the entire month of April.

Not only does $25 sponsor a child to receive JA Programming, but it will also get you (3) chances to WIN!

Purchase (3) tickets for $25 and add them to whichever raffle drawing you'd like.

We are raffling off:
  • An Autographed Baseball, signed by Brandon Crawford of the SF Giants
  • (2) Tickets to see the Giants V. Padres on May 25
  • An Autographed Bat, signed by Madison Bumgarner of the SF Giants 
Contact us for more information on how you can take part in this fabulous raffle and support an amazing cause:

Don't forget to show your support for 
Junior Achievement 
and Financial Literacy by donating on May 3rd during the 
Big Day of Giving 2016!

Starting at midnight on May 3rd, our community will come together once again for the BIG Day of Giving - a 24 hour giving challenge to support  local nonprofits that make the Sacramento region the place we call home

In its third year, the BIG Day of Giving has raised nearly $9 million for nonprofits serving our region. Join our community on May 3rd for a celebration of philanthropy and put your money where your heart is! 


and search for 

"Junior Achievement of Sacramento" 

to take part in one of the most philanthropic days of the year!

(or click on the Big Day of Giving Image Above!)


SAVE THE DATE- Cheers for Children is BACK! 

And this year, we will be celebrating 10 Years of Cheers Magic- 
So join us on our Diamond Anniversary for a glamorous night out, benefiting JA's Financial Literacy, Workforce Readiness, and Entrepreneurship programs serving students ages K-12.

Tickets Available, while supplies last:


Empowering young people to own their economic success! 
Junior Achievement is a partnership between the business community, educators and volunteers working together to inspire young people to dream big and reach their potential. We teach financial literacy, entrepreneurship and workforce readiness to students in grades K-12. Working together, we can empower our next generation to own their economic success!




Why JA?


Check it out:             Exciting new Junior Achievement online tools & apps!

Volunteer Spotlight!

At the beginning or end of every class, Junior Achievement volunteer, retired Colonel Gary Gutowsky tells the class, "I do this as a volunteer because I care about you and your future.  The information I'm sharing with you is important in helping you succeed.  When you succeed, society succeeds. 

Read more here

In The News

Exciting new programs released

Over 10,000 students receive    JA in the 2012-13 school year!

Junior Achievement Company Program in the Elk Grove Citizen

Comstock's Magazine: Mini Moguls

Business Journal: AT&T Employees Give Students a Glimpse into the Working World

Read Style's Magazine's feature on Junior Achievement of Sacramento.



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