What better way to teach kids financial responsibility and money management than allowing them to browse, shop, and make purchases with a sense of complete independence?
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) November 09, 2012
ChorePay, a leading online chore and household management tool for families, has introduced a complete redesign of their online marketplace, the ChorePay Mall.
"What better way to teach kids financial responsibility and money management than allowing them to browse, shop, and make purchases with a sense of complete independence?" remarked ChorePay COO Jeremy Jacola. "Of course parents still maintain ultimate control of their child's purchasing and spending, but the experience is designed to provide the child with a real sense of independence."
ChorePay members can shop and take advantage of exclusive deals from partners such as Crayola, GameStop, Mattel, ModCloth, PacSun, REI, Skullcandy, Warner Bros, and dozens of others.
The ChorePay Mall is not limited to traditional commerce. Children also have the opportunity to visit charities and non-profits with an option to donate. Organizations such as the American Red Cross, Boys & Girls Clubs, and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation have also partnered with ChorePay to provide education and information to children about the impact they can make through donations.
Jacola: "Our goal is to provide a well-rounded financial educational platform for families to take advantage of. Offering this educational opportunity through a familiar Mall format ensures that it's simple and easy for parents to teach their kids about money management."
ChorePay.com provides a free online tool for parents to organize and centralize their children’s chores. Beyond run-of-the-mill online chore charts and allowance tracking, this includes complete money management for the child with goals of education about saving, spending, and donating their earnings.
Founded in 2011, ChorePay is a small team of parents whose goal is to engage families and make the whole chore process not so much of a…well, chore. They believe it should be fun. Very fun.