You are on: RBC AND FREE THE CHILDREN<
RBC is committed to providing the foundation, resources and guidance to help kids believe in themselves, become leaders and get inspired to take action to make the world a better place. That’s why we’re proud of our long-term commitment to Free The Children, an international charity and educational partner committed to helping kids achieve their fullest potential.
As the National Co-Title Sponsor of We Day, National Premier Partner of We Act and Partner of It All Adds Up, a youth financial literacy program, RBC is helping to inspire, empower and enable Canadian kids to achieve their goals.
Photo credit: Free The Children
You are on: WE CREATE CHANGE
Together, we can change the world – one coin, one brick, one school at a time. The 2013/2014 We Create Change fundraising campaign is supporting Free The Children’s year-long initiative to build 200 schools in developing communities around the world.
Collect $20 in coins, and your change can provide a brick for the construction of a new school. Build a school, and your change can educate hundreds of children. Give children a chance to learn, and your change can help a generation make change for themselves.
You are on: IT ALL ADDS UP
It All Adds Up is a youth financial literacy program developed by RBC and Free the Children as part of the We Act program. It provides practical lessons around the concepts of earning, saving, giving and spending to support learning both inside and outside of the classroom. Combined, the lessons will help students gain the knowledge, skills and confidence to make financially responsible decisions and help them reach their personal goals.
Through It All Adds Up, your students will gain a stronger understanding of money matters, develop their ability to set and achieve personal financial goals, learn how to plan cost effective fundraisers. with a specific lesson on We Create Change, and much more!
Amp Up Your Giving!
Download the We 365 app today to be the first to receive It All Adds Up challenges and see how some simple money lessons can help you amp up your giving!