The Funaro Family: Teaching Kids About Money

James is 8 years old and wore a tie for over 300 days to raise money for the Make A Wish Foundation. As time passed, he kept increasing his personal goal to raise money for Make a Wish. The foundation arranged for James’s donation to fund the wish of a little boy, who is the same age as James, to take a trip to Hawaii with his family.

James raised over $11,000.00 for “Make a Wish” and still continues to fund-raise for the foundation.

He got the idea from watching his mom giving money to different organizations when she would go shopping.

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Russo Law Group

Walter the Vault is here to teach kids about money.

You will learn that money has value and is a medium of exchange for things you want and need. You will also learn consumer skills and banking skills. Finally, I will teach you how to make responsible and informed decisions about your money.

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