30 Days of Savings Challenge

Join the 30 Days of Savings Challenge this September

By Lani Poblete, Military Saves Project Manager

This September, join the Military Families Learning Network's (MFLN) Personal Finance team in making small deposits that add up to $100 in just 30 days!

Sign up to participate in the month-long challenge and you'll receive a daily savings chart and weekly newsletters with savings messages, savings resources, and reminders for upcoming Challenge events scheduled for September. You can elect to register for the Challenge as either a Participant or an Educator, or both.

During September, registered Educators will receive weekly emailed newsletters that support their efforts to work with clients and students who are learning new ways to maximize their savings. Military Saves encourages financial educators and managers to participate in this challenge with their clients and students. Model positive savings behavior by saving $100!

MFLN will be hosting weekly check-ins on Facebook Live that will offer encouragement and an opportunity to share your success stories. Visit Military Saves for tips for making the savings goals a breeze!

So sign up, and encourage colleagues, friends and family to join you! And be sure to take the Military Saves Pledge to save the $100 towards a goal of your choosing. 


This September, join the 30 Days of Saving Challenge with @MilFamLN! >>http://bit.ly/2wWL8KT #MilitarySaves

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