Financial Literacy

Are you a customer who is not sure where to begin with your personal finances? 

We've got you covered. The Pennsylvania Bankers Association is dedicated to expanding customer financial literacy throughout the commonwealth. Below are several financial resources specifically designed for children and young adults.

My Savings Book and Journal

To support PA Bankers members in their financial education programs, the association commissioned the authoring of "My Savings Book and Journal." This book provides banks across Pennsylvania with a financial education resource for young people. This financial tool is meant to assist members in fostering financial awareness among young students and families while providing motivation, education and tips to help children understand the basics of good savings habits. Place your order today. Click here to order books.

My Money and Me

Keep your family's financial know-how up-to-date with PA Bankers' "My Money and Me." This financial book is a great resource for teenagers and young adults as a foundation to healthy savings and spending habits throughout their lives. Topics include budgeting, saving for education, banking and saving.
Place your order today. Click here to order books.

Other Financial Literacy Initiatives

PA Bankers is proud to work with the ABA Education Foundation to provide financial literacy opportunities to kids throughout Pennsylvania. Additionally, the association hosts several initiatives to encourage better banking habits in youth, including:
  • Teach Children to Save: An annual event in April in which bankers visit students in grades K-8 to talk about savings
  • Get Smart About Credit: An October event in which bankers visit local high school students to talk about the importance of establishing and maintaining good credit

Karen McDermott
Director, Member Relations
(717) 255-6914