Support these social campaigns on education and financial literacy!
You do not want to miss these online campaigns by community organizations that are promoting financial literacy and positive role models in education.
Credit Education Week Canada (CEWC) is coming up November 7-11, 2016. To launch this year’s theme of “Financial Wins”, Credit Canada Debt Solutions is running two contests to help Canadians successfully reach their financial goals:
Grade 12 students across Canada are invited to confess their financial calamity true story by submitting their handiwork by October 17, 2016. Prizes range from $1000 to $5000, with over 20 prizes to be won.
What was your financial win this year? Share your story with @CreditCanada on Twitter until October 21, 2016 using the hashtag #CEW2016 and you could win $100.
The Learning Partnership is recognizing Canada’s Outstanding Principals during National Principals’ Month, October 2016.
The Learning Partnership honours principals from every province and territory in Canada who demonstrate innovation, entrepreneurial spirit and who have done something truly remarkable in public education. Know an outstanding principal? Share his or her story on Twitter with @TLPCanada and #OutstandingPrincipals for National Principals’ Month!
Don’t forget to check out what some mommy bloggers are doing to raise awareness of the Canada Learning Bond through #EveryChildAnRESP.
- How to Get Kids Thinking About Post Secondary Education by Tweenhood.
- Inspiring our kids to think about school and career plans by CanadianMomEh.
- Inspiring Our Kids to Chat About Their Future by HomewithAneta.
- Why is saving for your kids’ education important? by MomLessMom.
- SmartSAVER Guiding Canadians Through RESPS by British Columbia Mom.