Fifth Third donation helps financial literacy

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Employees from Fifth Third Bank in Valparaiso present a check to implement the Young Bankers Club at the Portage Unit. Pictured from left are Elise Fuson, customer service representative; Jean Mayer, customer service manager; Stephanie Valenzuela, financial center manager; Deb Williams, customer service representative; and Britton Ouellette, preferred program specialist

As part of an effort to encourage young people to make sound decisions surrounding financial choices, Fifth-Third Bank recently donated $1,000 to Boys & Girls Clubs of Porter County to implement the Young Bankers Club at the Forrest L. “Dusty” Rhode Portage Unit.

“We are very excited about this established partnership with Fifth-Third Bank. Financial literacy–and teaching our club members the importance of saving and how to manage their earnings is very important to us. Fifth-Third Bank is offering our club members an excellent opportunity through their Young Bankers Club.  This fits perfectly into our National Money Matters curriculum, and truly emphasizes to children the importance of financial health,” said Ryan Smiley, president of Boys & Girls Clubs of Porter County.

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