Boys & Girls Clubs of America has launched a national on-
line financial literacy pledge called
www.makechangecount.com designed to engage teens across the
country in a simple commitment to a better financial
future. The pledge offers some basic financial ideas and
links to resources to learn more about the concepts.
The site asks teens to offer their first name, year of
birth and zip code and submit. It also invites the pledge
taker to share the pledge with peers via social media. We
are not asking anyone to register or capturing e-mail
addresses. We have no way to contact pledge takers, and the
pledge does not ask for anything beyond its pure
If you are a teacher and would like a packet of posters,
pens and pencils for your class to encourage them to take
the pledge, I'd be more than happy to send one to you.
Just e-mail me your mailing address to email@example.com.
Thanks! - Adam Guy, Boys & Girls Clubs of America
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