We are reaching out to you with this proposal to introduce Children/Teens Money Lessons Club for your school in the year 2020, dubbed THE SMART MONEY CLUB. It is not only a great initiative for your school extra curricular activities, but its very impactful to the children/Teens as well as a life skill.
Financial Literacy is a core life skill, especially in this day and age when children are growing up in a highly complex world. Whether Children come from low-income backgrounds or more privileged ones, learning basic concepts of personal finance like saving, sharing and spending is essential for growth and child development.
The early years are the best time. Brain development is at its peak in the early years of life, and lessons learned can be life-long. Our Children Financial Empowerment Program introduces the concept of financial literacy to children from as early as 5 years of age.
As part of the money curriculum, we help children develop key character traits such as patience, moderation, faithfulness, responsibility, accountability, truthfulness and creativity. This prepares our children to become financially responsible citizens who will build strong families, neighborhoods as well as local and international communities.
Objectives of the training:
- To Nurture positive money habits and attitudes for a lifetime of financial well being
- To deliver key foundation knowledge and build capacity in handling money from an early age
- To prepare children/teens for real world challenges in Finances which will greatly improve many other aspects of their lives
- To help children differentiate between needs and wants hence make wise spending decisions.
We have an able, trained and children Friendly team who will hold weekly sessions in the school during club days. Please feel free and welcome to contact Elizabeth on 0727 143313 /Cathryn 0729 468 251 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment to discuss the same.
We look forward to forming a wonderful relationship together that translates to success for all concerned.
Happy new year.