The Financial Services Council [FSC] has today launched an exciting new competition for New Zealand school students.
The ‘Why Does Money Matter?’ competition asks students around the country to explain why money matters to them in a three-minute video.
“We want to foster conversations about money in schools, families and communities. The more we start talking about it, the better off we’ll all be,” says FSC Chief Executive Richard Klipin.
“We’re looking forward to getting some really creative videos about why money matters to people.”
Winning entries will receive $2,000 cash for their school, along with other prizes to be announced that will support financial literacy programmes. They will also have their entries screened at the FSC’s ReGenerations Conference in Auckland on 22-23 September.Read the media release and visit the competition website, www.whydoesmoneymatter.co.nz.