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Financial Capability Curricula & Partnerships

The Foundation’s financial education outreach includes, but not limited to, the promotion and teaching of the following curricula and partnerships.

New: Knowledge of Financial Education (KOFE)

Knowledge of Financial Education (KOFE), a product of Consolidated Credit, is Cornerstone Foundation’s first Preferred Financial Capability Service Provider. KOFE is an online financial wellness benefits platform designed to connect users with the tools they need to be financially successful. It uses a three-pronged approach to financial education: Self-Paced Financial Education, Classroom Learning, and One-on-One Coaching.

KOFE Informational Webinar

A financial wellness program can help the audience you want to reach, whether they’re your credit union members or employees. Watch the webinar to learn about all the great features KOFE has to offer. 



New: Plinqit

Plinqit is a mobile platform that is unlike any other savings app on the market. It pays users for engaging with content and advice and helps them set savings goals that they fund from their checking account. It will allow member credit unions to create higher user engagement rates and more natural cross-selling opportunities.

Plinqit Informational Webinar

Cornerstone Foundation will host two informational webinars for credit unions to learn more about Plinqit and their savings platform.

Wednesday, May 19, 2021
10 a.m. CT
Wednesday, May 19, 2021
2 p.m. CT


Money Mammals

The Money Mammals® teach children two and up to "Share & Save & Spend Smart Too!" via several products and programs, including an award-winning DVD, children's picture books, teaching kits, credit union youth savings program, and more.

Money Mammals

Sammy the Savings Rabbit

Sammy is a larger than life size rabbit whose mission is to encourage kids and their families to “Get in the Habit” of saving money. Sammy is “Changing Children’s Lives One Dime at a Time” through workbooks, story books, music, and personal appearances.

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Biz Kid$ is a financial literacy initiative that includes an award winning TV series, free classroom curriculum, outreach activities, a website and a monthly online newsletter targeting children 9 – 16 years old. Please watch the video to see how Cornerstone Foundation supports and partners with Biz Kid$.

Biz Kid$


FamilyMint’s Money Management Certification Program combines a 60-page step-by-step workbook with a fun online money management application for kids. Certification Program workbooks are designed for grades 5 and up (ages 10+).  Online software designed for kids ages 6-14 with parental involvement.

family mint

NEFE High School Financial Planning Program

NEFE’s High School Financial Planning Program® (HSFPP) is a turnkey financial literacy program specifically focused on basic personal finance skills that are relevant to the lives of pre-teens, teens, and young adults.

nefe high school financial planning program


EverFi services are designed to improve consumer and community financial capability through online learning programs for grades 4-12, college ages, and adults. They can provide measurable data feedback, and their interactive learning platforms can be customized and are scalable across a network.


Councils on Economic Education

Cornerstone Foundation partners with state Councils in various ways by providing teacher training opportunities and free, downloadable financial education curriculum for the classrooms that is professionally written and meets states standards. The Councils also partner with their state Jump$tart Coalitions and other government and community organizations to collaborate to offer programs and resources for educators. 

Arkansas Council on Economics Education
Oklahoma Council on Economics Education
Texas Council of Economics Education


National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE)

NEFE is the leading nonprofit national foundation dedicated to inspiring empowered financial decision making for individuals and families.  NEFE has a variety of self-help websites and resources that are noncommercial and frequently updated to ensure that they provide credible, reliable information to consumers, from young adults to retirees.


National Financial Educators Council (NFEC)

The National Financial Educators Council is focused on helping to create a world that empowers people to make qualified financial decisions that improve their lives. They provide financial education materials and resources, promote advocacy campaigns, and help organizations build sustainable financial education programs through professional development training and grants. The NFEC also provides research and best practices data. The NFEC also offers a Certified Financial Education Instructor – Financial Literacy Certification (CFEI).



For questions about any financial capability educational programs, please contact Marina Garcia, Financial Capability Director, at 469-385-6445.