Financial Literacy Education for Kids!
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ALL PROGRAMS OFFERED BY WEALTHY HABITS
Are you interested in a financial literacy program that is fun and that will actually change the way your child perceives spending and saving?
Wealthy Habits offers a variety of programs that focus on financial literacy for students ages 11-19. We provide year-round programs for STUDENTS that are facilitated by our team as well as curriculum training sessions for EDUCATORS. We even provide specialized programs for outside GROUPS, ORGANIZATIONS and BUSINESSES. Click the icons below to learn more.
Give your child a head start to financial freedom by signing them up for a summer camp, day program, or workshop.
Gain a comprehensive understanding of the Wealthy Habits curriculum and learn how to implement it into your classroom.
Request a specialized financial literacy program for the members or employees of your organization, business or group.
Why we are different
The subject of personal finance is intimidating to most, but it is something we all need to understand in order to have a comfortable life. The Wealthy Habits curriclum shows students their financial potential by introducing them to essential money practices in a way they can understand. Using games and engaging discussion, kids learn how to utilize good money practices, like spending less than they earn, and how it will benefit them now and in the long term. Click the “ACTIVITIES” button below to learn more about how the kids are enngaged during the program.
Who We Are
Wealthy Habits is an academic program that was funded and developed by the Jonathan D. Rosen Family Foundation (JDRFF) in 2012 to improve the way the next generation manages their money. The JDRFF is ta not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization with its offices located in Atlanta, GA. Learn more about the JDRFF.
The JDRFF MISSION:
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