First Horizon Bank joined the American Bankers Association to continue 25 years of Teach Children to Save Day on April 28th by teaching elementary and middle school students good saving habits. Through partnerships with local schools and youth organizations, employees of First Horizon Bank hosted ‘Teach Children to Save’ events utilizing ABA curriculum.
“Establishing financial literacy is key to creating a positive relationship with money at an early age,” shared Lawrence Hatch, Central Florida Market President of First Horizon Bank. “We’ve made a promise to give back to the people of Central Florida and we’re excited for this hands-on opportunity to teach the important skills of saving and financial wellness to students at Zellwood Elementary and Chicksaw Elementary.”
Central Florida First Horizon Bank attended Zellwood Elementary School, College Park Middle School and Chicksaw Elementary on April 28th.
The American Bankers Association is a banking industry’s champion providing members with education, advocacy, tools and insights necessary to succeed. The ABA established a committee to promote teaching economics and banking in public schools. This committee have developed innovative curriculum packages with activities and lesson plans for multiple ages.
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