Mar 28, 2024

Get Ready for #FinLitMonth 2024

National Financial Literacy month is recognized each year in April to raise awareness of the importance of financial literacy and the need for effective financial education. Check out our lineup of special events throughout the month as well as resources for our classroom.


Attend our FREE Virtual Conference on April 13

Register for our free Saturday conference where you’ll get resources and ideas to equip students with essential financial skills.

See agenda and register 

Create a Display, Enter the Raffle

We want to see your FinLit Month decor! Send us a photo of your door, a poster, bulletin board, or other classroom display and be entered into our raffle drawing for one of two $100 Amazon gift cards. 

See contest details and entry form 

Activities for Your Classroom

Wanting some easy-to-implement ideas for your classroom?

See our list of six ideas. 


Have more time to plan something bigger? 

Check out last year’s ideas from Personal Finance Specialists as well as 15 FUN Financial Literacy Month Ideas from Teachers

Get Loud

Follow and use the hashtag #FinLitMonth on social channels to see how others are celebrating and share out your own efforts.


Be Inspired by Special Speakers

Several upcoming NGPF Speaker Series events highlight financial education advocates. 

April 4: How Wisconsin Teachers and Students Made Personal Finance a Guarantee

April 18: Dr. Carly Urban on the 2024 State of Financial Education

May 2: Unveiling the $100,000 Lifetime Benefit of Personal Finance Education

Don’t miss our upcoming PD

Resources to Celebrate Financial Literacy Month in Your Classroom

Saturday, April 13th | 12:50pm PT / 3:50pm ET





View all FinLit Month activities here.



About the Author

Hannah Rael

As NGPF's Marketing Communications Manager, Hannah (she/her) helps spread the word about NGPF's mission to improve the financial lives of the next generation of Americans.

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