The American Bankers Association Foundation today announced a two-year partnership with Junior Achievement to improve…
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By investing in accessible and affordable housing, banks can support their older neighbors and help develop thriving communities.
As the nation observes American Housing Month in June—and as millions of Americans are now struggling to make monthly housing payments due to COVID-19—the ABA Foundation today launched a new housing relief resource page for individuals seeking information.
The American Bankers Association Foundation invites entries for the 2020 Community Commitment Awards, which recognize and promote the essential role banks play in their communities—a role that has become even more apparent in recent days as banks nationwide have stepped up to provide economic assistance during the coronavirus pandemic.
With schools closed nationwide due to the coronavirus, bankers are taking their Teach Children to Save lessons online to bring students the fundamentals of financial literacy, including the basics of savings, how to create a budget and how to distinguish needs from wants.
April is Financial Literacy Month, but with schools closed because of the coronavirus pandemic and social distancing rules in place across the country, bankers are pivoting to video conferencing and virtual formats to deliver financial lessons.
California student Michaela Oh won the first-place grand prize of $5,000 in the ABA Foundation’s Lights, Camera, Save! video contest, the foundation announced today.
The ABA Foundation is inviting the public nationwide to vote for their favorite videos among the Lights, Camera, Save! finalists.
The American Bankers Association Foundation is calling on banker volunteers to help reach one million consumers with banker-led financial education lessons in 2020.
As the population of older Americans continues to grow—and with seniors increasingly the targets of scams—a majority of banks are responding by offering training for frontline staff on how to prevent elder financial exploitation, according to the ABA Foundation’s second Older Americans Benchmarking Report released today.