Welcome to Day 4 of our series celebrating the Kickin’ It with Luke event! The fourth author contributing her book to the financial literacy gift basket — which will be raffled off this Saturday — is Jackie Cummings Koski.
Jackie’s book is amazing for so many reasons, not the least of which is that it addresses the investing gap. I’m honored to say that like Kristin, this is the second financial literacy book basket Jackie has participated in. Last time we helped raise money for those battling cancer to buy wigs.
Without further ado, here are the deets on Jackie’s fantastic tome:
Money Letters 2 my Daughter is a series of letters from a mother to her 17-year-old daughter about all things dealing with money and personal finances. Its not about teaching you how to make more money,but how to better manage the money you have. It will inspire you to trade in your stress and anxiety about money, for knowledge and power. Every letter starts with a lesson and ends with love. In between is easy-to-understand advice and guidance that will give you the foundation you need to make the most of your hard-earned money.
This book addresses many of the National Standards in Personal Finance Education for K-12, created and maintained by the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy. This publication has been approved by Jump$tart to be listed as a resource in the Jump$tart Clearinghouse database.
Thank you so much to Jackie! Learn more about Kickin’ It With Luke and how we’re using financial literacy to fight addiction in Dayton, Ohio.
If you’re interested in a financial literacy basked from Personal Finance by Women for your nonprofit’s event, or supporting future efforts, please do get in touch!