Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) March 22, 2006
The Money Camp announces the debut of its newest fundraising program, Million Dollar Money Camp website (http://www.milliondollarmoneycamp.com). The Money Camp, a not-for-profit organization with a mission to empower others to creative financial freedom for themselves, has set its sites on raising a million dollars by offering local and non-local businesses the opportunity to advertise on their new site. And it’s doing so because one of their main goals is to touch as many lives as possible with the life-altering information that is taught at Money Camp for Kids.
The Money Camp is no different than the kids it teaches; it has to generate cash flow in order for it to be financially free as well. This allows them to train more Money Camp Coaches, provide more programs to kids and parents, finish their new Money Camp Online program and more.
The Money Camp’s main tenants is to teach others that financial freedom is a choice that anyone can make but you have to be willing to be responsible for creating it in your life. “We want to change how our children grow up and see the money in their lives.” says Elisabeth Donati, a leading authority of kids financial education camps and co-founder of The Money Camp for Kids, “This country needs a new financial paradigm; one that allows people to see money as a tool to reach dreams, change lives, live fully and uncover the human potential in all of us.
"We must begin to set a better example for our children and while we’re at it, demand that our politicians set a better example for us by not spending more than they bring in in taxes," Elisabeth states. "We all know that human beings learn best by example so until we demand a better example, we’re simply going to continue to follow in Uncle Sam’s footsteps.”
The organization’s goal of bringing Money Camps to the entire county can only be attained with help from you. Help them make it a reality today.
About The Money Camp:
The Money Camp is a nonprofit organization that teaches kids and adults how money works so they can learn how to become financially free. Starting in 2002 with just one camp of 39 kids, the program has grown to more than 10 camps per summer and Money Camps for Grownups, Gals, Employees, Teens, Teachers and more. Their goal is to have Money Camps for Kids all over the United States by 2010.