Empowering young people to take charge of their
future by bringing money to life

Delivering financial education and enterprise directly to 7-25
year olds in UK schools and youth organisations

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What We Do

Together with young people, we create and deliver innovative, high-impact and high-energy financial education programmes.

Our experts help to build young people’s money knowledge, skills, mindsets and habits at key transitional moments. Half of our work is with young adults in vulnerable circumstances focussing on ‘survival’ money and enterprise skills for independent living.

MyBnk reaches 35,000 young people a year and has the UK’s strongest evidence base on the impact of financial education. This experience is shared with civil society and via consultancy services for other organisations.

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Our Programmes

Case Studies

From opening a first bank account and trading in real markets, to moving out of care and into independent living, MyBnk’s financial education workshops and enterprise experiences pack a BIG punch!

"It makes maths real!" Improving teens numeracy skills by understanding investment

"I'm getting them on this course!" Single mother Chantel, 19, takes control of her finances, and her future

"Learning to live independently taught me I had worth" Leaving care and dodging bankruptcy

Impact After Our Programmes


Teachers that believe MyBnk training is more effective than being delivered by school staff


Children who would not have delayed gratification, that now do


The average debt reduction of young adults in our workshops

Get Involved

From supporting delivery and fundraising to corporate partnerships and volunteering, see how you can join the UK's frontline of financial education for young people.

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Our People

Our dedicated team from the worlds of education, youth work, finance, evaluation and journalism are ready to assist you in your financial education adventure.

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