Protecting your child’s financial future now!

Teaching your child the disciplines of business and money now will ensure they are prepared for the future. They will learn how to define and emotionally handle “wants” vs “needs” and the value of exchange benefits. This is one of our goals at

Parental Benefits

Parents can benefit in several ways from’s programs and resources:

  1. Financial Education:’s programs and resources can provide parents with the tools and resources they need to teach their children about financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and business management. This can help parents feel more confident in their ability to support their children’s financial development.
  2. Convenience: provides a one-stop-shop for parents to access a variety of financial education resources and programs for their children, saving them time and effort in researching and finding these resources on their own.
  3. Engaging Activities:’s programs and activities are designed to be fun and engaging for children, making it easier for parents to get their children interested in learning about financial literacy and entrepreneurship.
  4. Community: provides parents with access to a community of other parents who are also interested in promoting their children’s financial literacy and entrepreneurship, allowing them to share ideas and resources.
  5. Impact: By supporting their children’s financial literacy and entrepreneurship development, parents can help to set them up for future success and financial stability.


Academics can play a significant role in supporting in several ways:

  1. Curriculum Development: Academics can work with to develop age-appropriate and engaging curriculum that teaches children about financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and business management.
  2. Research: Academics can conduct research on the impact of financial literacy education on children’s long-term financial outcomes, as well as evaluate the effectiveness of’s programs and initiatives.
  3. Partnerships: Academics can help establish partnerships with schools, libraries, and other educational organizations to expand the reach of their programs and increase their impact.
  4. Training and Professional Development: Academics can provide training and professional development opportunities for staff and volunteers, ensuring that they have the knowledge and skills necessary to deliver high-quality financial education programs.
  5. Advocacy: Academics can advocate for increased funding and support for financial literacy education at the local, state, and national levels, helping to raise awareness about the importance of financial literacy for children and youth.

By collaborating with academics, can enhance the quality and impact of their programs, reach more children and families, and help to create a generation of financially literate and empowered young people.

Community & Legislative Benefits

Communities and Legislators can benefit from supporting in several ways:

  1. Promoting Financial Education: By supporting, everyone from schools and businesses to public officials can help promote financial education and literacy among children and youth in their communities, which can help to reduce poverty, increase economic mobility, and promote financial stability.
  2. Investing in Future Leaders: By supporting programs that promote financial literacy and entrepreneurship among children and youth, local leaders can help to invest in the future leaders of their communities, who will be better equipped to create and manage successful businesses, and contribute to the local economy.
  3. Addressing Economic Disparities: Financial literacy and entrepreneurship can be powerful tools for addressing economic disparities and creating opportunities for underserved communities. By supporting, legislators can help to promote economic development and equity in their communities.
  4. Partnerships and Collaboration: can serve as a valuable partner for schools, businesses and policymakers who are interested in promoting financial literacy and entrepreneurship.
  5. Public Support: Supporting can help legislators build public support for financial education and entrepreneurship programs, which can be beneficial for their political careers and reputations. By working together, communities can create the ideal environment that support these goals and ensure that they are accessible to all children and youth.

Overall, everyone from schools and businesses to public officials such as local and state legislators can benefit from supporting by promoting financial education and literacy, investing in future leaders, addressing economic disparities, fostering partnerships and collaboration, and building public support for these important goals.