For Educators & Providers
If you are a financial educator, a financial institution, or another provider of financial services and support to residents, check out resources from our annual events including the MassSaves Summit and Day on the Hill.
MassSaves Day On The Hill
Over 50 MassSaves advocates descended upon the Massachusetts State House on Wednesday, October 11th in support of incorporating financial education into existing curriculum. The lack of access to quality financial education at every stage of life has left Massachusetts families feeling unprepared for basic financial decisions. MassSaves highlighted the need and growing bi-partisan support for legislation (S.249, H.261) that acknowledges that every student in Massachusetts should have access to financial tools to build financially responsible lives.
Below are materials from the day to share within your network for a stronger Massachusetts.
Annual Financial Education Summit
The annual Summit brings together interested organizations and individuals from all over Massachusetts and different sectors to participate in conversations, presentations and planning collaboration around Financial Education. This year's Summit featured topics including college and career readiness, collaborative partnerships in financial security and long term financial planning.
2017 Summit Materials
- Main Presentation including State of Financial Education
- Financial Education Tools and Resources Presentation
- Photos from the 2017 Summit
Resources from Past Summits
- 2nd Annual Summit (2010)
- 3rd Annual Summit (2011)
- 4th Annual Summit (2012)
- 5th Annual Summit (2013)
- 6th Annual E-Summit (2014)
- 7th Annual Summit (2015)
- 8th Annual Summit (2016)
Materials from 2016 Summit
- Presentations from Track 1 Breakout Sessions 1&2
- Presentation from Jump$tart Track 2
- Photos from the day can be viewed here
Members include educators, community organizations, public agencies and institutions, community banks, credit unions, other financial institutions, financial planners, coaches, and other individuals and organizations that invest in financial education. They work with youth, young adults, older adults, or they support the organizations who serve them.
MassSaves members can also be involved in a wide range of activities that include the following:
- Volunteering with MassSaves or member organizations
- Becoming a member of the Steering Committee
- Becoming part of the Task Forces
- Co-brand with The Financial Coaching & Confidence Campaign
- Help recruit sponsorship in your area
To get more information on becoming a member or if you have questions on the above activities, please contact The Midas Collaborative.
MassSaves Coalition has over 1000 supporters who volunteer or follow MassSaves’s work, events and activities.
MassSaves Member Task Forces
MassSaves task forces are formed organically, whenever motivated and competent community leaders express interest in organizing them. To get engage in a task force, please contact The Midas Collaborative.
Financial Confidence and Coaching Campaign
The Financial Confidence and Coaching Campaign (FCCC), offered by The Midas Collaborative, connects Massachusetts residents to information, resources and coaching through MassSaves.org and public awareness campaigns in partnership with our members. There are many ways you or your organization could work with us on the campaign:
- Outreach to your community
- Let us know about your organization's services
- Co-brand with us
- Recruit local financial institutions
We welcome you and your organization to connect with us if any of the above collaborations are of interest. Contact The Midas Collaborative for more information on sponsorships, marketing or becoming a distribution partner.