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21 Savage partners with the Chime Banking app to launch a free literacy program for kids, two years after his ‘Bank Account’ hit.
After the debut of his ‘Bank Account’ hit record, there was much more planned to create a financial literacy program. 21 Savage in so doing announced his partnership with Chime Banking app. The app has had some influence on Generation Z, but not enough. Online banking has become a more influential way to bank from your smartphone. The app along with Juma Ventures and EverFi will teach finances to youth in Elementary, Middle, and High school youth.
The elementary program will explore basic concepts, Middle school program will share more light on how to start planning your financial future while the High School program gains the opportunity to study lessons around budgeting and entrepreneurship.
Between Chime and 21 Savage launchings of the new financialliteracy tools and scholarship opportunities will begin in August 2020, according to Chime Banking.[wpdiscuz-feedback id=”2o7esqmzyv” question=”how has online banking made you better at finances. ” opened=”0″]Chime in..[/wpdiscuz-feedback]
Savage first announced the program back in 2018 while on The Ellen Show.
“I started the 21 Savage Bank Account Campaign and its to help kids learn how to save money and make money, and open bank accounts for kids,” he explained. But even better than just starting the campaign, 21 put his money where his mouth is and donated a hefty check of his own. In a very on-brand move, the check was in the amount of $21,000.
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