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Each PwC partner, principal, staff and intern has a role to play in this commitment. We enable our people by providing opportunities to give back to their community in ways that are personally and professionally meaningful, providing for recognition, and enhancing their leadership skills.
Hundreds of schools and youth organizations work with our local markets to provide meaningful volunteer opportunities for our people to contribute to our Earn Your Future efforts. Examples include local United Way, Junior Achievement, Boys & Girls Club, Big Brothers Big Sisters, The First Tee in addition to schools in our communities.
$90 million in cash donations toward youth education with an additional one million PwC volunteer hours.
Addressing the gap by providing educators and students access to PwC’s Earn Your Future Curriculum
Increasing the financial competency of our nation's youth
Contributing to an economically sound workforce for tomorrow
Empowering individuals to realize a secure future
Increasing the confidence of educators to understand and teach the elements of financial literacy
In 2012, PwC launched Earn Your Future (EYF), a five-year, $160 million commitment focused on helping students develop critical financial skills and providing educators with the resources and training to teach those skills. In April 2015, PwC extended EYF by an additional $30 million, increasing its overall commitment to $190 million. This increase supports new research, expanded professional development opportunities for educators and gives greater reach to organizations that are revolutionizing the field. PwC and the PwC Charitable Foundation, each play significant roles in advancing financial literacy in the marketplace. For more information download PwC's Earn Your Future Fact Sheet or read our latest CR Report.
“Youth education is one of the most important issues facing our country today. At PwC, we are leveraging our best asset – our people – to make a real, tangible difference in the lives of millions.”
Bob Moritz, PwC US Chairman and Senior Partner