PFS expands pro bono financial education initiative

700 PFS members involved

Hannah Godfrey
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Keith Richards: “It is my vision for every school in the UK to have access to ‘My Personal Finance Skills’ via our Education Champions.”
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Keith Richards: “It is my vision for every school in the UK to have access to ‘My Personal Finance Skills’ via our Education Champions.”

The Personal Finance Society (PFS) has expanded its pro bono initiative that delivers financial education and awareness workshops to schools across the UK.

In the past the education workshops - now known as 'My Personal Financial Skills' - centred around a board game called ‘Discover Fortunates' that uses ‘gamification' to better engage young people. Now,...

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