with a family-friendly celebration including cash giveaways and more.
Young Americans Bank – the only bank in the world just for kids – is turning 35! Help us celebrate three and half decades of teaching young people to be financially savvy.
The celebration will be packed full of family-friendly activities including:
money booth and airbrush temporary tattoos at the Cherry Creek main branch
prize wheel, pop-its, and snow cones at the Belmar branch
guests can win $$ for their Young Americans Bank Account
goodie bags, games, birthday cake and other snacks at both locations
WHEN: Saturday, August 6, 2022, 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Take a turn in the cash cube or spin the Wheel o’ Prizes!
Enjoy free concessions from young entrepreneurs
Enjoy free birthday cake and lemonade
Young Americans Bank and Center for Financial Education
? CHERRY CREEK BRANCH - 3550 East First Avenue, Denver, 80206 AND
? BELMAR BRANCH - 401 South Pierce Street, Lakewood, 80226
FREE and open to the public
On August 3, 1987, cable television pioneer Bill Daniels, founded Young Americans Bank. More than 3,000 savings accounts for kids were opened in the first five months. Today, there are more than 15,000 savings accounts at the bank, in addition to a variety of nonprofit programs that complement the bank’s financial mission. In all, more than 50,000 young people participate in Young Americans’ programs every year with a total of more than 700,000 youth reached in 35 years.
Housed within Young Americans Center for Financial Education, Young Americans Bank is the only fully operational, FDIC insured, real bank in the world specifically for young people age 21 and under. This unique institution shares the same educational mission as the Center – teaching children to be financially responsible through hands-on experience.
Celebrating 35 years in 2022, Young Americans has served over 700,000 youth by providing opportunities, classes and programs to learn the concepts of free enterprise, global economics and entrepreneurship. The Bank’s services, including savings accounts, checking accounts, loans, certificates of deposit (CD), and credit, debit and ATM cards, help young people to establish an understanding of economics in action and personal financial responsibility.
For more information, visit www.yacenter.org or contact Patricia Wells, Director of Communications – 303.320.3241 or firstname.lastname@example.org