United Way of South Wood & Adams Counties’ Financial Stability Coalition is hosting the Finance and Investment Challenge Bowl on February 25, 2021. A program of Asset Builders, the Finance and Investment Challenge Bowl (FICB) is a financial literacy program for high school students. The FICB culminates in a college-bowl tournament where teams compete to determine a regional champion. This year’s event will be held virtually with fourteen high school teams competing from four area public school districts; Wisconsin Rapids, Port Edwards, Pittsville and Iola-Scandinavia.
Local professionals volunteer to judge the competition. Thank you to the following sponsors for making this event possible: Connexus Association, Edward Jones: Bob Ebben, KeySavings Bank, Mid-State Technical College, Valley Communities Credit Union and WoodTrust Bank. The goal of the Financial Stability Coalition is: Community members learn skills to become financial independent.
About the South Wood County Financial Stability Coalition
The goal of the Financial Stability Coalition is community members learn skills to become financially independent. Financial Stability, a United Way of South Wood & Adams Counties Coalition, was created by local business leaders, financial institutions, community programs, and community members who are concerned about financial stability issues. The Coalition comes together the second Wednesday of every month working collectively on methods and strategies to address and overcome these issues. Join us!
About United Way of South Wood & Adams Counties
United Way of South Wood & Adams Counties is focused on the building blocks of a better life: Education, Financial Stability, Health and Safety Net Services. We mobilize our community in these areas by: supporting partner programs, community coalitions, and initiatives; providing 2-1-1 and Volunteer Center programs; and creating collaborative partnerships within our community.
You can help when you LIVE UNITED: Give, Advocate and Volunteer. To learn more please visit www.uwswac.org.