Bank of the Philippine Islands Foundation, Library Renewal Partnership teach financial literacy to Filipino students

BPI Foundation and Library Renewal Partnership team up to train young Filipinos to be financially literate. From left: YGoal President JR Demecais, BPI Foundation Executive Director Maricris San Diego, and Library Renewal Partnership Founder Quintin Pastrana.

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) Foundation and Library Renewal Partnership have teamed up to build a generation of financially-literate Filipinos.

BPI Foundation, the social innovation arm of Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) recently sealed a partnership with Library Renewal Partnership, a social enterprise that builds free libraries around the Philippines, to bring financial literacy and supplemental books to the winners of “FinLit and Entrep Challenge” among the BPI Manny and Me partner-schools.

- Advertisement -

The BPI Manny and Me is a financial literacy program that integrates financial management concepts into elementary-level subjects. It launched its first-ever Nationwide FinLit and Entrep Challenge to equip Grade 3 and 4 pupils to become financially literate.

Facebook Comments

- Advertisement -
The Good News Pilipinas Team is a group of Filipino journalists who advocate putting more good news stories about the Philippines and Filipinos on the media.