Financial Literacy

Financial literacy promotes financial well-being.

Financial education and responsibility are critical to all Marylanders. Without a solid understanding of personal finances, we are all susceptible to financial struggles that can have a long term negative impact on our quality of life.

SECU supports financial education, especially for young people. We believe a strong start sets young people up for long term success and financial well-being.

Some of the local financial literacy programs we support include: 

We also believe that homeownership is a powerful force for Maryland communities. Homeownership has been shown to raise high school graduation rates, reduce crime, and build wealth for individuals.


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