Financial education is one of the most effective ways credit unions support their youngest members — a healthy relationship with money early on can change the trajectory of someone’s life.
“I’m married with a one-year-old baby and I just spent way too much money on diapers and childcare!” said a […]
Becoming financially savvy is growing in popularity in our modern society, but for many, there’s still a shroud of mystery and confusion on how to make the most of their money.
There’s no better time to teach young people the importance of healthy money management habits than during Financial Literacy Month and Credit Union Youth Month.
More than 400 high school freshmen in Shelton, Washington, learned the financial ins-and-outs during a “day in the life” of […]
Bite of Reality, a popular app used during Financial Reality Fairs to help young adults learn real-world budgeting skills, has […]
The popular Bite of Reality app, used to educate students and young adults in real-world budgeting skills, has gone virtual […]
When young adults venture out on their own, whether they’re headed to college or work, it’s critical that they understand […]
Grants from the Northwest Credit Union Foundation facilitated Bite of Reality Fairs in 21 schools. Is your credit union ready for next school year?
More than 1,000 students gain real-world budgeting skills thanks to Financial Reality Fairs hosted by local credit unions.