This is a virtual event for children with intellectual or developmental disabilities and their parents/guardians to learn about money, budgeting and wants vs. needs. The content is for K-5 students, but parents of older children may choose to have their child participate. Families will join the event via Zoom and will be led through the five activities by a representative of the MS Council on Economic Education. At the end of the five activities, the parents will receive a short presentation from Mississippi ABLE about ABLE savings accounts.
The materials for the event will be provided in advance via mail.
Date (you will choose one) -
Tuesday, April 20 - 6-8 pm (limit of 25 families) - REGISTRATION CLOSED
Thursday, April 22 - 6-8 pm (limit of 25 families) - REGISTRATION CLOSED
Tuesday, May 4 - 6-8 pm (limit of 25 families)
Thursday, May 6 - 6-8 pm (limit of 25 families)
Location-Virtual using Zoom (the link to join will be provided after the family has registered for the event)
The materials needed for the program will be mailed to the child's home in advance of the program. You can see what these materials look like at https://youtu.be/JF-Cau7gw0E
**Parents MUST accompany their children for the duration of the event.**
We look forward to seeing you on one of the dates above as we gather together for a fun evening to learn about the importance of personal finance!