Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 23, 2012
People across the country are facing challenging financial circumstances, and many lack the knowledge on how to improve their monetary situation. As a remedy to the financial illiteracy epidemic that plaguing people across the country, the National Financial Educators Council is providing free financial literacy material to schools and non-profit organizations through the Financial EduNation campaign.
The NFECs’ Financial EduNation campaign provides free financial literacy programs to educators, schools and non-profit organizations that are dedicated to improving the financial capability of youth across the country. This national financial education campaign provides a variety of resources to those individuals and organizations that support the development of kids, teens and young adults.
To raise awareness about the Financial EduNation Campaign, the NFEC has partnered with celebrities, athletes and business leaders to raise awareness about the importance of teaching kids about money. “We see the consequences of financial illiteracy in the news everyday; however, the solution isn’t featured nearly as often. It’s time we mainstream financial literacy and appreciate our celebrity supporters in helping us do so,” says Vince Shorb, NFECs’ Chief Marketing Officer.
The NFECs’ Financial EduNation Campaign provides complimentary financial literacy lesson plans, Real Money Experience student guides, Money XLive celebrity videos, PowerPoint presentations, financial literacy tests and other material that schools and non-profit organizations can use to improve the financial capability of the youth they serve. Those interested can access free financial literacy material by visiting the Financial EduNation campaign center.
The National Financial Educators Council is a social enterprise organization, and their commitment is to improve the financial capability of people around the world. The NFECs’ Financial EduNation Campaign provides free financial literacy resources, tools and training to assist schools and non-profit organizations to share the message of financial literacy with people in their community. Interested parties can visit the NFECs’ Financial EduNation resource center to access free financial literacy material.
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