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CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union Launches The Centsables Youth Financial Education Program
CommonWealth One supports financial education across all ages. These new programs enables children five and up to learn more about money with six super-hero friends and interactive website.
Suzie Cook, Vice President – Marketing & Business Development, stated, “The CENTSABLES program reinforces our commitment to be our members’ lifetime financial partner and this partnership begins when they are young. The characters grab and keep the attention of today’s youth while also appealing to their parents for the educational and positive messages they deliver.”
The CENTSABLES combine entertainment with education through a savings program for youth, an interactive website with a parent section (offered in Spanish too), comic book series, and free teacher lesson plans with student activity pages focusing on math skills. The concepts of money, how value is determined, basic economics, and investing are explored on an age-appropriate level for 6-11 year-olds.
The CENTSABLES are six super-hero friends who through their everyday adventures and examples teach sound money concepts and positive behavior. When the youth of “Centsinnati”
“We are excited to offer this program. It supports our efforts to teach younger members their first lessons about money in a fun environment. We see it as the foundation on which to build their financial education throughout their lives,” concluded Cook.
About CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union
Since 1944, CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Alexandria, VA, has grown to become one of Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia’s top credit unions with more than $300 million in assets serving more than 35,000 members. CommonWealth One is a full-service, member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative committed to being the lifetime financial partner for its members. Excess earnings are returned to members in the form of higher dividend rates, lower interest rates on loans, low or no fees, and state-of-the-
For more information on CommonWealth One, visit www.cofcu.org
For more information on the CENTSABLES, visit http://cofcu.centsables.com