Tracking Success with Military Saves Week

As you go through the Week, please take the time to fill in the report below to monitor the internal goals you have set for the week. This will also give you all the information needed to fill out our post-week reporting survey. Need help setting internal goals? Contact the Military Saves team at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

We use information from the post-week survey to document your success, along with others, on our website, through our Military Saves Week report, and through other media opportunities. 

The Reporting Surveys for Military Saves Week 2017

Please note: these are three unique surveys. Please choose the appropriate survey for your organization. If you have questions, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The reporting surveys will remain open through April 15, 2017.

 

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Meet Wacinque BeMende

Meet Wacinque BeMende. He’s so passionate about encouraging savings and promoting financial literacy, he’s established his own Kid’s Savings Program. Wacinque donated $15,000 to the Community Action of Laramie County in Cheyenne Wyoming to begin the Wacinque “ Rhino” Fund Endowment to help kids open savings accounts.

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Naval Battalion's Effort Yields Team Success

Construction Battalion Five, DETAIL CHINHAE would like to share our campaign success story with you!

Currently we have 23 members on our Det, (all of whom have registered with militarysaves) and out of them 16 are planning for retirement by saving and investing money in the Federal Thrift Savings Plan.

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Money on the Side

Camp Arifjan, Kuwait -- A colonel in the 1st Theater Sustainment Command has money on his mind.

Army Col. George Fields, the Chief of Intelligence, or G2, has been teaching a free "Managing Your Money" class here in his spare time. More than 400 students have attended his six week-long class to learn more about increasing their own finances.

"All I did was sit down and listen to a guy one day who showed me what he was doing" said the colonel as he explained how he became interested in what he calls, "becoming financially free."

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