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“Schwab has a long history of providing financial education for people at all stages of life.” – Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz

Supporting financial literacy in classrooms across the U.S.

Classrooms across the U.S. often skip one essential life lesson: financial literacy. Learning how to manage and improve your finances is essential to success at any age. That’s why we’ve teamed up with DonorsChoose.org to create a program dedicated to funding financial literacy education.

  • How our donation match works

    For a limited time, we’ll match donations made on DonorsChoose.org for financial literacy projects. Projects with a total cost of up to $500 are eligible for this matching donation. Every donation will help provide teachers the tools they need to help their students develop a sound financial education.

  • About DonorsChoose.org

    Teachers across the country often struggle to find money to develop innovative learning programs for their students. DonorsChoose.org helps classrooms in need by providing a place where the public can make donations to fund these programs. Over three-quarters of public schools nationwide have posted projects on DonorsChoose.org, and 3.2 million people have donated so far.

    Visit DonorsChoose.org

  • Looking to get involved?

    Financial literacy programs provide children with critical skills that can help them achieve future success. Together, we can help kids in your community and across the U.S. achieve a brighter future. Browse through the current financial literacy projects to make a donation.

    Donate to a project

  • Are you a teacher?

    To date, over a million projects have been listed on DonorsChoose.org, but only 2% of them have focused on financial literacy. If you teach in a public or charter school in the U.S., we’d love for you to submit your financial literacy project idea to DonorsChoose.org.

    Submit a project


DonorsChoose.org is not affiliated with Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. or Charles Schwab Foundation.

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