Help Us Empower Today’s Youth to Become Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs!
America was built on the back of small business. Entrepreneurs take risks believing they can realize their dream if they work hard, take responsibility and act as good stewards of their resources. Today’s youth share that optimism, but lack the life skills, mentorship and real-world experience necessary to be successful.
How we solve it
Together with partners like yourself, Lemonade Day is empowering the next generation with the life skills, mentorship and real-world experience needed to achieve their own American Dream, one lemonade stand at a time. Partner with Lemonade Day today and sponsor a child, a classroom, or even a school or youth organization. Help us empower today’s youth to become tomorrow’s entrepreneurs.
Our sponsors are essential partners in helping make the Lemonade Program free to youth.
Studies show that by age nine, children have developed their concept around the value of money, spending and saving. Most financial literacy programs are not introduced until middle or high school, and according to research by Gallup, less than .25% of high school graduates are ready to contribute to the economic vitality of their community. In the face of these challenges, we make lemonade.
An investment in Lemonade Day will ensure the materials, curriculum, and all events are free to every youth participant in Lomita. As a supporter, you will foster a one-of-a-kind experiential learning opportunity which impacts youth character, teaches financial literacy and business acumen, engages mentors, and provides hands-on experiences to make a profit, save some for a rainy day, and give some to a charity of their choice – all while squeezing as much fun out of the experience as possible!
Will you join us in preparing the next generation by becoming a Lemonade Day sponsor for the 2023 program?
BECOME A LEMONADE DAY SPONSOR (CLICK HERE)
BE A SWEET SPOT STAND LOCATION (CLICK HERE)
More than 40 million new jobs were created by small businesses over the past 15 years. That’s two out of every three jobs that were created by start-up companies.
Did you know?81% of dropouts report they would have stayed in school if it were relevant to their lives.