Obtaining financial education is a critical step in achieving financial stability, but engaging clients has become harder and harder because our highest-need Hoosiers are stressed, busy, and overwhelmed. You’ve tried to make it as easy as possible for them to participate in your programs by offering things like food, transportation, childcare, and even financial incentives. Here’s what you may not have tried offering yet: Entertainment.
Financial edutainment blends education and entertainment to increase program participants’ personal desire to engage with educational content. Why does this work, and how do you pull it off?
Join us on Zoom on October 23rd to learn more from national experts during this special extended webinar.
Attendees will learn about...
The research behind why financial edutainment works
How financial edutainment looks in action, with real examples from a nonprofit who have successfully implemented it for many years
Ideas for how to add edutainment programs or components to your existing financial literacy programs
Bill Mills, Chief Prosperity Officer for My True Prosperity