Wise Bread Picks
Join our Tweetchat Thursday 3/28 at 12:00 p.m. Pacific/ 3p.m. Eastern for lively conversation and a chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card or one of two $50 Amazon gift cards! Use #WBChat and #TeachChildrentoSave to participate.
This week’s topic: Teaching Children to Save! In honor of Teach Children to Save Day (coming up on 4/12), learn the how to teach kids the difference between needs and wants, financial lessons to teach kids at certain stages in their lives, how to seek out financial experts in your community, and more! Let us know why you think it’s important to teach kids to save money and share with us your best tip to help parents teach their kids to save.
For an easy way to keep track of the conversation, try using our chatroom.
Anyone can participate, but you must be following @WiseBread and RSVP below to win our prizes!
- First place: $100 Amazon GC
- Second place: $50 Amazon GC
- Third place: $50 Amazon GC
Winner must be US resident 18 or older. No purchase necessary. Winners are randomly selected and announced within 1 day of the chat. See official rules here.
To make it easier for us to keep track of attendees and pick our winners, please RSVP below with your twitter ID (put that in the “Link Title” field), email address, and your twitter URL (put that in the “URL” field, do not put your blog’s url in there). Winners will be selected at random from RSVPs. If a winner is chosen who RSVPed but did not attend attend, a 2nd winner will be chosen.
This Week’s Chat is in Support of the American Bankers Association Foundation’s Teach Children to Save Campaign
More About American Bankers Association
Here’s a message from American Bankers Association:
Teach Children to Save (TCTS), a free national bank driven program sponsored by the ABA Foundation, exists to organize banker volunteers throughout the year to help young people develop a savings habit early in life.
If you work with youth (grade Kindergarten to young adults), adults 55+ or their caregivers, and are interested in having a banker led financial education presentation, ABA Foundation’s FinEdLink component is for you. This free online portal matches banks with schools, agencies, faith-based ministries, community centers, and other organizations that are interested in having a banker present an age-appropriate personal finance topic. Use this link to request a banker led presentation and begin improving your group’s financial knowledge.