Super Money Kids is a social-enterprise inspiring ambition, hope, and innovation through financial education. Their financial literacy content and programs, developed specifically for children grades K-6, encourages practical skills as well as builds confidence through financial literacy, giving hope to communities where hope may not have existed. With a mission to create a generation of financially knowledgeable, responsible and empowered youth, Super Money Kids has helped young people save over $300,000 as well as help set thousands of personal financial goals through their curriculum and banks.
Some other notables for the organization include being featured on Ellen, https://bit.ly/31xN5ij as well as earning several local awards in Nashville including the Nashville Emerging Leaders Award.
Founder Courtney Hale, hosts financial literacy workshops, serves as a financial literacy consultant and speaks at schools, camps, churches and community organizations to support the Super Money Kids mission. Courtney takes most pride in his title of single father to his daughter Ever and is forever inspired by the life of his wife, Tia Barbour-Hale, who passed on May 18, 2020.