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Financial empowerment is critical to our communities’ stability, and credit unions are poised to do their part to develop more capable and competent citizens. To adequately prepare our youth for adulthood and adults for retirement, credit unions must empower them with the tools, information, and decision-making skills necessary to achieve financial freedom. 


New Product: Retirement Experience

Watch the webinar with Courtney Moran and Cynthia Campbell to see the unveiling of their experiential learning workshop, The Retirement Experience.

Suite of Products

Cornerstone Foundation and BALANCE are offering three personal finance simulations designed to help students of all ages strive to create a BALANCED Life.

Reality Fair

Reality Fair

Students participate in a Reality Fair for a fun and exciting simulation of what their adult spending and budgeting might be, based on career choices and lifestyle decisions.

    classroom simulation

    Classroom Simulation

     Achieves the same goals as the Reality Fair, only able to complete in under an hour in a classroom setting.

    Retirement Experience

    Retirement Experience

      An experiential learning program that helps individuals think about what kind of retirement they want to have an design a road to get there.

    Having these available options allows you to serve your community and meet their needs at an affordable price. With BALANCED Life, you get three options with one shared goal of offering practical and powerful ways to help today’s youth and adults learn the importance of managing a budget and preparing for retirement at any age.

    Purchase BALANCED Life

    Please read the purchase agreement prior to making your selection. Once a purchase form is submitted, a Foundation representative will contact you to confirm your order, request your organization’s logo, and provide an invoice. Estimated shipping costs associated with BALANCED Life: A Reality Fair will be included on your invoice if applicable.


    For more information, contact Emily Moreno at 214-334-3397.