Registration is now open for bankers wishing to participate in the ABA Foundation’s Lights, Camera, Save! video contest, through which teens use videos to illustrate creatively the importance of saving.
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Registration is now open for Get Smart About Credit, the ABA Foundation’s national campaign to help young Americans understand the future implications of their financial decisions today, from saving for college to finding a job and buying a house.
ABA, through its Community Engagement Foundation, today shared the names of the experts responsible for judging the 2015 Community Commitment Awards.
The ABA Foundation, ABA’s 501(c)(3) nonprofit affiliate, is today unveiling a new online tool to showcase banks’ corporate social responsibility programs.
With multiple deployments and challenging economic times, many veterans need to brush up their financial acumen. Banks are helping.
Rep. Don Beyer (D-Va.) and ABA President and CEO Frank Keating visited Drew Model School in Arlington, Va., on Friday for Teach Children to Save Day.
More than 14,000 bankers from 774 participating banks will host financial education events today and throughout April as part of today’s Teach Children to Save Day activities.
The FDIC today unveiled Money Smart for Young People, a set of four financial education curricula aimed at young people from pre-kindergarten through high school.
The FDIC today announced phase two of its pilot program aimed at identifying the best approaches to bank-school programs that combine financial education with access to low-cost savings accounts.