Our Programs

In addition to promoting financial literacy awareness with our Money Cycle Challenge; we build, measure, and implement financial education programs. The programs focus on youth and have been built to be regionally focused and adaptable across the globe. 


Money Cycle Challenge

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Money Cycle Challenge

[Ages 6 - 11] Teaching youth the basics of money provides a framework for how they can approach life as they grow. And
although experts unanimously concur that there is a need,
financial literacy has received little to no attention in our educational curriculums. The Money Cycle Challenge is a financial literacy awareness campaign that aims to change that!

Financial Enlightenment Program

[Ages 6 - 11] The Enlightenment Program focuses on the money cycle mantra: make it, save it, invest it, spend it (wisely), and donate it. Each “stage” offers a detailed approach to the different parts of the money cycle and how it can be applied to their daily lives.

Bob Gillingham Program

[Ages 15 and Up] The program first focuses on financial inclusion by providing the knowledge and affiliations needed to access useful and affordable financial products. We then focus on goals and how a little bit of knowledge on investing can not only save people a lot of money in fees, but empower them with the hope that they can achieve their financial goals.

Financial Empowerment Program

[Ages 11 - 14] The Empowerment Program is intended for women. The goal of the program is to empower. Women learn to set goals for what they want to save for and how much they want to save. They also learn how to keep track of how much they're putting away, and how to make and watch their money grow.