Financial Literacy Week promotes awareness of the importance of personal financial education across all age groups
Nashville, Tennessee- Fourth Capital took part in the fourth annual Tennessee Financial Literacy Week by running a match campaign benefitting Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee.
Fourth Capital’s match campaign runs through Givio- the charitable giving app- which launched as part of the bank’s digital banking experience on April 4, 2022. Givio allows Fourth Capital clients the ability to donate to the causes that matter the most to them, directly from their bank account. The Junior Achievement match campaign will run throughout April, with a goal of raising $1,000 and a 2x match up to $500. You do not have to be a client of the bank to donate.
Tennessee Financial Literacy Week, sponsored by the Tennessee Bankers Association, promotes financial literacy among all age groups and the need to educate Tennesseans about the importance of personal financial wellness for the state’s future prosperity. During the week of April 4-8, banks from across the state took part to help build and support financially literate citizens.
“Fourth Capital is proud to empower so many students with the essential skills needed to make sound financial decisions,” said Brian Heinrichs, President and CEO of Fourth Capital. “It’s a testament to our investment in the communities we serve.”
“Bankers view financial literacy initiatives as a top civic priority, and we’re proud of their efforts to educate their local communities,” said Colin Barrett, president of the Tennessee Bankers Association. “Early introduction and continued exposure to financial education can yield lifelong benefits for every Tennessean.”
For more information about Tennessee Financial Literacy Week, visit TNBankers.org/finlitweek. To donate to Fourth Capital’s match campaign benefitting Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee, visit https://app.giv.io/campaign/330/.