Global Money Week

2017 Poland Global Money Week

Leading Organizations:
The Polish Financial Supervision Authority (KNF)

Participating Organizations:

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority (KNF) acts as a national coordinator of  the activities taking place at more than 80 schools all over Poland (at the moment 86 schools + one public library) This year campaign is going to reach more than 13 000 pupils.


2016 Poland Global Money Week

Leading Organizations:
Polish Financial Supervision Authority (KNF)

Date of the event:
14th - 18th of March

Total number of children & youth engaged: 2 006

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority (KNF) coordinated 50 different events and activities that took place in 13 primary and secondary schools all over the country during GMW 2016. Thanks to cooperation with active teachers and methodologists of economics, entrepreneurship and social studies who participated in KNF’s seminars and workshops, this year’s campaign reached more than 2000 pupils. The Polish Financial Supervision Authority supported the schools’ coordinators by providing KNF’s publications, including financial literacy class scenarios referring to GMW 2016's theme “Take Part. Save Smart”, and KNF’s logo-imprinted promotional gifts for youth participants and the winners of the competitions as well.


2014 Poland Global Money Week

Participants:
Polish Financial Supervision Authority (KNF)
Primary School number 46 in Warsaw, Poland
Date of the event:
12th of March
Number of children reached:
38

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority (KNF) joined in on the Global Money Week action by organizing an event to promote a new booklet made for children "Let's talk about finance. The handy ABC for Janek and Hania" ("Porozmawiajmy o finansach. Poręczne ABC dla Janka i Hani"). The booklet is distributed under the KNF’s financial services client guide cycle.

The authors of the booklet Dorota Bęben and Piotr Nowak prepared a short presentation which explained the benefits and tips on keeping a household budget. After the presentation, children took an active part in a workshop concerning family budget planning where they discovered how simple the methods of saving money are. At the end of the event each child received a booklet and a toy replica of a payment card.

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