10 Credit Union Marketing Ideas for Teacher Appreciation Week


We’re in classrooms all the time with our credit union marketing partners and on our own with our picture books, DVD and curriculum. With the PTA’s Teacher Appreciation Week coming May 8-12, we wanted to share ten easy ideas that you can implement to make the educators in your community feel special and, yep — appreciated!   1. Picture Book Donation […]

Ideas to Ramp Up Your Back-to-School Youth Marketing


I’m already thinking (Almost daily!) about BTS 2016. When kids go back to school, they are primed for learning. Why not have that opportunity extend to financial education at a credit union? Here are three fun back-to-school credit union marketing ideas to add to your overall plan that should help you reach your younger members.   1) HOST IN-SCHOOL […]

4 Very Effective Banking Activities for Kids to Help Build Money-Smart Habits

4 Very Effective Banking Activities for Kids to Help Build Money Smart Habits

    I am prepping for our Ticket to Save Tour of New Hampshire public schools with our Money Mammals troupe. It’s sponsored by Service Credit Union, one of our terrific partners. Our live shows bring kids face-to-face with The Money Mammals and help get them excited about financial literacy. That’s right, the shows actually get kids EXCITED about becoming money-smart. This made me […]

My Interview with Mint about Financial Education for Kids

My Interview with Mint about Financial Education for Kids

  I love and use Mint, so when they contacted me about doing an interview to talk about financial education for kids, I was very excited. I’m so glad that they chose to shine a light on such an important subject, one in which I’m totally immersed. Below is the beginning of the article with a link to […]

6 Banking Activities for Kids: Making Financial Literacy Fun


      From games to $mart Quests to printables, we are constantly creating Money Mammal-themed banking activities for kids.  These entertain and engage children early (elementary school or before) with topics aimed to provide financial education for kids. I think we’re long past the idea that kids are going to read long lines of text on a […]