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Girl Scouts of the USA and Toyota Financial Services Pave the Way for Girls' Financial Empowerment with 'Driving My Financial Future'

$2.1 million pledged to jump-start real change in the lives of thousands of underserved girls in the United States.
Press Release

NEW YORK, April 8, 2015 /3BL Media/ — Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) today announced a new, multi-year partnership with Toyota Financial Services (TFS), which has pledged $2.1 million to help girls become self-reliant, financially literate, and capable of leveraging their talent, resources, and personal business values to build a stronger economy and healthier communities. When young people understand the value of properly managing personal finances, they are better prepared for the realities of adult life. Yet less than half the states in the U.S. offer financial education in schools.

Dell Grants Nearly $2.4 Million to Support Youth Learning, STEM Education and ICT Skills Training in Underserved Communities Across America

Summary: 
  • Funds will go to 26 organizations in 11 states and benefit more than 27,000 underserved children and 1,500 educators
  • Grants provide access to technology, support for STEM education, ICT skill development such as problem solving and robotics curriculum
  • Contributions are a component of Dell’s Powering the Possible for Communities Youth Learning Initiative and 2020 Legacy of Good Plan
Press Release
  • Funds will go to 26 organizations in 11 states and benefit more than 27,000 underserved children and 1,500 educators
  • Grants provide access to technology, support for STEM education, ICT skill development such as problem solving and robotics curriculum
  • Contributions are a component of Dell’s Powering the Possible for Communities Youth Learning Initiative and 2020 Legacy of Good Plan
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