(Englewood, New Jersey-June 16, 2017) The Heller Family Foundation is sponsoring a money management class for kids at the Performing Arts School at bergenPAC’s summer camp this July.
The program, iPiggiBank, is led by a state-certified teacher and features interactive lessons that include art, writing and acting to engage kids and give them a head-start on financial literacy. It will be offered as one of the elective periods at the Performing Arts School during the July session.
The Money Management 4 Kids program will be held three days per week during the camps. Students will complete and take home workbooks, design their own piggy banks, learn how to save money, budget, share with special causes, shop wisely and other basic financial skills.
The Heller Family Foundation is a charitable organization established by Ronald & Joyce Heller to support initiatives focused on children, education, and entrepreneurship around the globe.
“We are pleased to be able to partner with bergenPAC to bring the iPiggibank curriculum and experience into their summer program,” said Ron Heller of the Heller Family Foundation. “It is a wonderful program that provides valuable lessons and life skills for children of all ages.”