Finseca Foundation Announces Strategic Partnership with Money Master Kids

Washington, D.C. (April 20, 2021) – The Finseca Foundation announced the launch of a new strategic partnership today with Money Master Kids. The two organizations will work together to educate children of all ages in financial literacy. Money Master Kids is a financial literacy curriculum company that strives to teach children financial life skills. This partnership is a perfect complement to the Finseca Foundation’s belief that financial security improves people’s lives and protects their livelihoods and future wellbeing.

“When an individual, family, or business is financially secure, they are prepared when life throws an unexpected obstacle their way,” said Bonnie Godsman, President of the Finseca Foundation. “We are incredibly excited about this partnership because for too long we’ve had a gap between where families find themselves today and long-term financial security for tomorrow. We are confident this partnership will help move us closer to our collective goal of financial security for all.”

The curriculum for Money Master Kids is dedicated to helping children grow to be financially self-reliant, self-sufficient, and well-rounded leaders of their life. Their signature programming and education platforms are designed to reach, teach, empower, and motivate kids, parents, and educators about these important topics. Finally, it is worth noting that our teaching modality is based on providing children information, towards the goal of transformation.

“Our mission is to teach 1 billion children around the world financial life skills and leadership for success and wholeness,” said Sunny Istar Lee, Founder of Money Master Kids. “We are proud to be a part of this team because we have the same goals. Together, we can make a huge difference in many children’s lives.”

Next steps in the partnership will include a strategic planning process to enhance program capabilities and leverage the unmatched Finseca domestic network to grow the program. Both organizations believe that the long-term objective for the partnership is to include live curriculum delivery and a comprehensive global roll out.