Bank of America Partners with Boys & Girls Clubs of Chattanooga for Better Money Habits Program

Boys & Girls Clubs of Chattanooga is excited to partner with Bank of America to introduce the Better Money Habits program, designed for teenage club members. Throughout this summer, a dedicated team from Bank of America will lead weekly sessions aimed at empowering teens with essential financial knowledge.

Tailored for ages 14-18, the Better Money Habits curriculum covers a wide range of topics including money management strategies, smart credit practices, insights into home loans, financial security tips, and essential banking skills. These sessions are crafted to provide practical tools and knowledge that empower students to make informed financial decisions confidently.

We are grateful to Bank of America for their support, which enables us to offer this impactful program to our members. This partnership underscores our commitment to equipping youth with the skills they need to manage personal finances and plan for their financial futures.

Dana Stancil, Laryn Claridy, and Ocha Morehead with students at East Lake Clubhouse 
Russell Rosarda, Business Solutions Advisor Officer