DID YOU KNOW?

2/3 of adults lack an understanding of basic financial literacy
33 states do not require financial literacy education
About half of adults in the United States are financially illiterate
In our present-day, we need to financially empower our society's youth more than ever before.
OUR PROGRAMS

WE TEACH YOUTH TO

  • Become financial literate
  • Start saving money now
  • Make good budgeting habits
  • Plan for good financial futures
  • Successfully plan for college
  • Develop a good credit score
  • Invest in future education
  • Become financially sustainable

OUR GOALS

Develop safer communities to prevent crime and recidivism
Create a financially smart, millennial population
Keep teens motivated and pursuing higher education
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The Five Rules of Fin$marts

1

Develop good credit history

2

Never depend upon financial institutions

3

Start saving money now

4

Open up a bank account

5

Don’t underestimate your wealth-earning capabilities

Main Affiliates

Nassau County Peer Diversion Court

We work with Nassau County PDC, A teen-composed courtroom in Hempstead, Long Island implementing Restorative Justice and getting teens engaged in communities to reduce recidivism and crime

Nassau County District Attorney Community Partnership Program

“Future Me” Program

Sign up to join our team of Financial Literacy Advocates