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OVERVIEW

 

Forty four million adults in the United States can’t read, which is a startling statistic and in comparison to financial literacy, according to The Wall Street Journal, more than 1 million Americans filed bankruptcy each year between 1990 and 2000, again startling. Most know there are countless organizations to help teach people the skills and knowledge to read, but in the past decade numerous organizations are now doing the same thing with finances. Especially, during this daunting economic uncertainty, it is even more imperative to educate the young and old about how to manage their finances. The Bright Future Awards Luncheon honored those individuals whom have taken the responsibility to learn about our increasingly complex financial system.

We too often overlook individuals and families who have overcame poverty and achieved their dreams. The Bright Future Awards were created to provide SmartMoney Community Services with a way to recognize the achievements of our program participants and volunteers.

Click here to learn about the
2012 SmartMoney Bright Future Awards
Recipients

Click here to learn about the
2011 SmartMoney Bright Future Awards
Recipients

Click here to learn about the
2010 SmartMoney Bright Future Awards
Recipients

Click here to learn about the
2009 SmartMoney Bright Future Awards
Recipients

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2008 SmartMoney Bright Future Awards
Recipients

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2007 SmartMoney Bright Future Awards
Recipients

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2006 SmartMoney Bright Future Awards
Recipients

Click here to learn about the
2005 SmartMoney Bright Future Awards
Recipients


Click here to learn about the
2004 SmartMoney Bright Future Awards
Recipients

 

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