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We are excited to be working with Banzai!


Teachers, Banzai! is an online interactive financial literacy program that is used in the classroom. It provides meaningful content using real-life scenarios that engages 2nd grade through high school and doesn’t cost a dime for educators. Learn more about Banzai here!

Attention Parents: Financial literacy is an essential part of your child’s education. To go along with Banzai’s content, your child’s teacher can even request an in-classroom or online presentation by an expert representative from HRCU’s Financial Education team! To learn more, please read this booklet!

Youth Program Visits

Want Cash and Violet to attend an event of your own? If you have a classroom or another type of youth program, we can provide a 45 minute long activity of your choice:M3 Money Club. Violet and Cash.

  • Story time: We have many financial books geared toward various age groups. Choose a specific book from our book list and we'll share it aloud.
  • Financial activity packets: Let's have some fun with word puzzles, newsletters, coloring, games, etc.
  • Structured lessons: We can discuss topics such as wants vs. needs, budgeting, and saving money. This works best with smaller groups!

Just send an email to  with information about your youth program to get started.

Jr. Achievement:

HRCU is offering a new Financial Literacy Program, FREE for the classroom! As a responsible, community focused organization, HRCU is committed to providing financial education to the community.

HRCU at Spaulding High School:

The HRCU branch located at Spaulding High School in the R.W. Creteau Technology Center is open to the school as well as the public. In addition to offering members standard banking transactions, the branch provides students the opportunity to learn "hands-on" training and exposure to all aspects of banking through the Banking and Financial Support Services CTE Program. Please visit HERE to learn more.

For more information, please contact the Youth Financial Education department at (603) 332-6840.