Free Educational Tool for Parents and Children

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SOFA has teamed up with the Family Mint to be able to provide a free educational tool for parents to use when teaching their children about financial principles.

SOFA, The Society for Financial Awareness, a 501c3, Non-Profit, Educational, Speaker’s Bureau announces their newest partnership with a group called the Family Mint. The Family Mint is dedicated to helping parents teach their children fundamental principles of finance through an interactive web based software. This software program allows parents to help children establish financial goals, make deposits, track financial activity and even teach concepts of interest. The best part of the Family Mint’s program is that the free version is incredible and for those interested in upgraded features, there is a very affordable “premium” product for purchase. By partnering with SOFA’s mission to end financial illiteracy, these two organizations are doing their part to reach every community, personally through financial workshops and wirelessly through this interactive software program.

With Financial Literacy Month in April quickly approaching, SOFA is working to get the Family Mint’s program into the hands of every American around the country. Now is the time to begin the education process and these two organizations are announcing their partnership as step one. SOFA is hoping to be able to spread the word about these very informative and useful tools by conducting workshops at the local PTA groups, school districts, universities and libraries in each community nationwide. These workshops will focus on issues that plague parents regularly, such as “College Funding”, “Cash Management”, and “Planning for the Future”, along with providing them tools such as the software provided by the Family Mint to continue the learning process for their children as well.

Visit our website or call us (858) 268-7090 to become part of this mission to eliminate financial illiteracy.

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