FT Schools brings financial education to 3000+ schools

FT Schools

FT Schools brings financial education to 3000+ schools

Reg&Co are working with the Financial Times to identify brands to partner with the FT Schools Initiative. FT Schools are looking for brands that are forward-thinking and care about financial and political literacy in young people.

FT Schools helps the next generation prepare for life after school, enabling students to achieve more academically, make informed career choices, understand personal finance and become more engaged citizens. 

FT.com is free for all secondary schools worldwide, reaching more than 20,000 students every year at 3,000 schools in 102 countries. Students with their own login benefit from a weekly newsletter curated by teachers, regular exclusive competitions, a YouTube channel and a dedicated discussion page on FT.com. 

As part of any partnership, FT Schools are offering access to Road To Riches, a game of smart financial choices. In partnership with Eliora Games, The FT have launched Road To Riches – a fun, exciting board game that teaches the basics of managing money and sparks discussion about finance. 900 schools have claimed their free copy. Feedback from the game has been extremely positive as students tell us it is ‘engaging and hard to stop.’

For more information about partnering with the project, please contact Karen or Stuart at Reg&Co sponsorship agency.

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Reg and Co are charity fundraising and brand sponsorship consultants based in London. A Sponsorship Agency providing charity funding, charity support, brand partnerships, sponsorship strategy, sales proposals, brand campaigns and account management to charities and brands worldwide, Reg & Co. have a wealth of experience in sponsorship across all sectors, generating brand partnerships and revenue for rights-holders. For more information, contact Karen Morris at Karen@regandco.com or call +44 (0)7771 900 465 or +44 (0)20 7482 6635

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