Financial Literacy Month Events
April 1-30, 2012Allstate Foundation: Allstate Foundation Financial Literacy Month 30-Day Challenge
The Allstate Foundation and its national partner, National Network to End Domestic Violence, will launch a new, month-long initiative in April challenging its followers on Facebook and Twitter to a 30-day financial fitness challenge. They will be providing tips, insights and ideas on how to cut, reduce or eliminate unnecessary expenses and save money. Follow themat:www.facebook.com/ClickToEmpower or www.twitter.com/ClickToEmpower.
April 1–19, 2012, Humboldt, Tennessee, 9:00 am – 2:00 pmBancorpSouth: Teach Children to Save
Bancorp South will host classes on different days teaching children lessons from how to cut out unnecessary spending tofraud prevention techniques.
April 1-30, Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, New Mexico and TexasBBVA Compass: Teach Children to Save” and “Get Smart About Credit
BBVA employee volunteers will be delivering “Teach Children to Save” to K-2
April 1-30, 2012, MassachusettsCitizens Financial Group, Inc.: Family College Access Program
The Family College Access Program provides financial incentives (through matched savings accounts and other awards)and information (through Savings Circle educational sessions) to low-income families to give them the skills to guide their children to higher education.