Get Involved

There are so many ways to give and we realise that there are probably many different directions in which you can give your time, money or expertise. Please see below for the various ways for you to get involved and please understand that we value your support. We’ll communicate with you every step of the way so you know that your contribution is making a difference. In time, our organisation will be known as the leader. For now, as one of our early supporters, you will know it couldn’t have happened without you!

Give Money

The premise is very simple. The more money we have to expand the curriculum and distribute our message, the more people we’ll be able to help start out right with their finances. Whether you choose to leave us a legacy in your will, contribute regularly through our subscription or simply make a one-off donation we’ll make it as smooth a process as possible. Through our Giving Time element we also have taxation specialists willing to ensure that your gift is made in the most efficient way possible. It just makes sense!

Sponsorship opportunities are available, however will not influence course curriculums or the Institutes mission. This way students and parents know that the information they are receiving is unbiased and ethical.

Give Time

Do you have a specialist skill that could help us in our mission? If so, that could be as valuable as the monetary giving. We are looking for teachers, accountants, successful business owners and financial professionals. Behind the scenes we are also looking for people with great writing skills, book-keepers, web designers, marketing and customer service experience too. Perhaps you have been a bid writer in the past securing grants for organisations, this will definitely help as we grow the organisation. Finally you may be a translator, as we expand in to different countries, we’d love to ensure all the major languages around the world are used on the website too. Just contact us for more information.

Give Goods & Services

Every penny that can be saved on administrative, building, technology and other non-teaching elements is a penny that is better spent on delivering financial literacy. While we will be on the cutting edge of education, we realise that you may be in a position to donate office space, staff, computers, servers, stationery, furniture and other useful goods to help get us on our way. We’d love to hear from you and would welcome the opportunity to re-use great quality items that let us move forward with the mission of improving childrens understanding of finances.

Give Time
Do you have a specialist skill that could help us in our mission? If so, that could be as valuable as the monetary giving. We are looking for teachers, accountants, successful business owners and financial professionals. Behind the scenes we are also looking for people with great writing skills, book-keepers, web designers, marketing and customer service experience too. Perhaps you have been a bid writer in the past securing grants for organisations, this will definitely help as we grow the organisation. Finally you may be a translator, as we expand in to different countries, we’d love to ensure all the major languages around the world are used on the website too. Just contact us for more information.

Give Money
The premise is very simple. The more money we have to expand the curriculum and distribute our message, the more people we’ll be able to help start out right with their finances. Whether you choose to leave us a legacy in your will, contribute regularly through our subscription or simply make a one-off donation we’ll make it as smooth a process as possible. Through our Giving Time element we also have taxation specialists willing to ensure that your gift is made in the most efficient way possible. It just makes sense!

Sponsorship opportunities are available, however will not influence course curriculums or the Institutes mission. This way students and parents know that the information they are receiving is unbiased and ethical.

Give Goods & Services
Every penny that can be saved on administrative, building, technology and other non-teaching elements is a penny that is better spent on delivering financial literacy. While we will be on the cutting edge of education, we realise that you may be in a position to donate office space, staff, computers, servers, stationery, furniture and other useful goods to help get us on our way. We’d love to hear from you and would welcome the opportunity to re-use great quality items that let us move forward with the mission of improving childrens understanding of finances.