The demand for CFSFC financial education programs has been growing since we began working with youth in the Piedmont.
We have reached capacity and need additional resources (Volunteers & Funds) to continue financially educating youth in their schools at no cost.
Number of Youths helped: 2013: 1,045; 2014: 1,121 2015: 2,713 2016: 3,482 2017: 3,400
Youth workshops are designed to raise awareness of money, offer financial knowledge, recognize diverse attitudes around money, improve savings and budgeting skills and offer youth motivations to succeed in their future lives.
Quality Programs make Learning Enjoyable
Workshops include our signature, Adult for A Day, Money Habitudes®, Good Credit Game®, FETCH®, and Going to College-Counting the Cost
Youth want to Save Money
Youth Learn the Basics of How Credit Works
Adult for A Day and the Good Credit Game® help youth increase their understanding of the areas of life affected by credit and how saving money and paying bills on time are the most important things they can do to have a prosperous future.
Promoting Financial Education for all Youth
With an increasingly complex world, all youth from an early age need to understand how to save money, how to get money through education beyond high school and how to spend it wisely. These are the keys to “cultivating youth for a future of financial wellness.”