TruMark Financial’s ninth annual Kiss-A-Pig Financial Literacy Fundraiser will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2019, at the Abington Art Center in Jenkintown. The fundraiser is a component of TruMark Financial’s initiative, Building Financial Futures. The fundraiser brings together educators, community and business leaders, and credit union employees to raise money for the privilege of kissing a pig. Funds raised at this event allow area schools to provide students with the tools needed to learn the basics of personal finance. Armed with the fundamentals of saving, borrowing, and investing, students are able to make more informed decisions and secure a future filled with financial success.
To date, TruMark Financial has donated more than $300,000 to area schools in need of personal finance resources. Local schools use the grants to purchase resources such as calculators, computer software, and textbooks to help teach the value of saving and the importance of managing money responsibly.
Admission is free and all are invited to watch the participants pucker up for a worthwhile cause. If you are interested in participating, contact Randi Marmer at email@example.com for more details.
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TruMark Financial held its fourth annual Building Financial Futures Golf Classic on Monday, July 15, at Talamore Country Club, Ambler, Pa., and raised more than $30,000 in support of financial literacy.
Golfers enjoyed a variety of contests in addition to 18 holes of scramble golf tournament play. Special thanks to our vendors who sponsored the event and local businesses that donated items for the silent auction table. Your support helped make this year’s golf outing a huge success.
TruMark Financial hosted its 11th annual Financial Jeopardy competition on Wednesday, May 9, 2018, at its headquarters in Fort Washington, Pa. The Financial Jeopardy competition, a spin-off of the long-running nightly quiz show that airs on 6ABC in Philadelphia, tests students’ personal finance knowledge in categories such as banking, credit, taxes, budgeting, and investments. At the end of the competition, three scholarships were awarded – a $5,000 grand prize, a $3,000 second prize, and a $2,000 third prize – to the students who fared best in the Jeopardy, Double Jeopardy, and Final Jeopardy rounds of the competition. In addition to the top three prizes, each of the other contestants received a $200 scholarship.