HSBC and Young Money seek to educate

HSBC and Young Money have launched Money Heroes, a financial education programme centred around an innovative online platform designed to help teachers and parents collaborate on the delivery of meaningful and fun home and school learning.

The new programme aims to improve financial capabilities of one million children ages 3 to 11 over the next three years.

Stuart Haire, HSBC UK’s head of Wealth and Personal Banking, commented: “We want to help children develop financial capabilities that will help them thrive for a lifetime, that is why developing innovative and impactful programmes like Money Heroes is so important.”

COVID-19 has had a direct and hard impact upon finances for many, and both HSBC and Young Money point to the increased need to be financially educated as a result of the pandemic

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