Workshop Description

Family Financial Fun Night

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Virginia Commonwealth University Center for Economic Education

Apr 07, 2022
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Grade Level: Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Kindergarten

In the Wells Fargo/Hands on Banking Family Financial Fun Night (FFFN), parents and students take part in fun activities about personal finance as part of a school-based community event. FFFN is an opportunity for families to talk to each other about money which doing games, puzzles, and personal finance challenges. This particular event will be with the Douglass Park Elementary community in Portsmouth.

The Council for Economic Education (CEE), through the generous support of Wells Fargo, makes this educational event possible at no cost to Douglass Park Elementary families.

And BIG thanks to TowneBank of Richmond and Virginia Bankers Association Education Foundation for providing the take-home kits for participating families. You can learn more about TowneBank’s community involvement with their Making Money Count program.


Fee: NO CHARGE


Instructor: Stephen Day and TowneBank of Richmond
Contact Person:
Stephen Day
Center for Economic Education
Virginia Commonwealth University
(804) 828-1628
shday@vcu.edu

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