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About Us

Our Mission

To empower children and adults across the socioeconomic spectrum with the knowledge and skills essential for successful financial decision making.

Our Mission

To empower children and adults across the socioeconomic spectrum with the knowledge and skills essential for successful financial decision making.

WHO WE ARE

As the core initiative of the Jonathan D Rosen Family Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, Wealthy Habits is changing the way students around metro-Atlanta think about money.

Our financial literacy programs provide engaging, real-world experience to the students for an education they will never forget. As one of the few organizations providing financial literacy education to kids in Atlanta, we believe it is our duty teach as many students as possible.

for STUDENTS

Wealthy Habits programs teach kids between the ages of 11-19 the importance of proper money management. We offer workshops, day programs, and summer camps.

for EDUCATORS

By teaching educators to provide Wealthy Habits curriculum in their classrooms, we make a larger impact, while ensuring every student is learning and having fun.

for GROUPS

Programs are available by request for groups, businesses, and organizations that would like to offer their students a lesson in financial literacy. These sessions are available year-round.

Why What We Do Is Important

Financial education has the potential to shape the future of the youth. When people make more informed financial decisions, they live more enriched lives.

At Wealthy Habits, we focus on changing mindsets. When you introduce financial skills without providing a sufficient “why,” the education falls flat. By engaging students in a way that makes the lesson relevant to their own lives, we make a difference.

Our Blog

Our blogs are focused on providing unbiased information to everyone. Learning the pros and cons of numerous personal finance topics teaches you to make the choice that best suits your personal situation.

4 Money-Saving Tips for Teens

Teen brains are wired for instant gratification. So how can you override their “right here, right now” drive and encourage them to save? With these four tips we teach at Wealthy Habits.

Getting Your Kids Invested in the Markets

When kids invest early, they avoid financial fear. By starting early, they learn that managing their finances doesn't have to be scary. Instead, they see each portion of the financial world as a tool for them to build a better future. The best way to get them started...