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2024 Achieving Your Bank’s Community Impact Goals

2024 promises to be another year of economic uncertainty, shifting consumer priorities and new global challenges. Is your bank prepared to navigate these changes and hit its community engagement and financial health goals? This webinar covers trends set to dominate corporate philanthropy this year and provide a sneak peek of free campaigns and tools to help your bank drive its consumer education, affordable housing and financial inclusion goals.

2024 Community-Driven Banking Series

As banks deepen their engagement in the communities they serve, those communities become more prosperous, equitable and resilient. But not all banks have the resources or people power to build meaningful and impactful relationships with communities. These webinars offer real-life examples of community-driven approaches and innovations.

2023 Turning the Tide on Financial Literacy

Join the ABA Foundation for a two-part webinar series examining the state of financial literacy in the country and ways to advance solutions in your communities. Part One reviews new research and current trends, while Part Two explores specific strategies that banks can implement to clos the gaps.


Get Smart About Credit Program

2022 Innovative Ways to Help Teens and Youth Get Smart About Credit

Learn about reaching underserved communities, and hear about inventive approaches to engage and educate teens, college students and young adults.


Lights Camera, Save! Video Contest

2023 Lights, Camera, Save! Contest

Join the ABA Foundation for this informational session as we detail how to host a Lights, Camera, Save! contest, and help you encourage teens to highlight their smart money habits! Learn about all of the free resources available to help you host a contest, and get involved in your community.


Safe Banking for Seniors (SBFS) Program

2024 Scams Against Americans

Consumers of all ages are being targeted. Scammers are after Americans’ bank accounts, personal data, nest eggs and more. Scammers promote fraudulent get-rich-quick schemes, impersonate credible businesses and people, and play on consumers’ emotions to steal their hard-earned money. Join ABA Foundation, the Better Business Bureau Institute for Marketplace Trust, and the Federal Trade Commission to learn about the most prevalent scams and their effects on different demographics of Americans. Also, get access to the BBB’s newest Scam Tracker Risk Report.

2024 Tackling Money Mules

Money mule scams often start with a job offer, a sweepstakes prize or an online relationship. Criminals try to send money to consumers, then ask them to send it to someone else via gift card or wire transfer. This webinar discusses the Money Mule Initiative, a program launched by the Department of Justice and other federal agencies. Attendees also learned how to identify and stop money mules, and how to educate consumers to avoid these scams.

2023 Ways to Recognize and Combat Elder Financial Exploitation

Hear from the Department of Justice and the ABA Foundation about recognizing behavioral and financial red flags.


Teach Children to Save (TCTS) Program

2024 Teach Children to Save: How to Get it Done!

Teach students of all ages about financial literacy by checking out our new and redesigned materials! Get started with quick-turn resources for in-person and virtual lessons and hear how other bankers have made it happen. Whether you want to spotlight financial education in your branch, on social media or through community presentations, get all the tips and tools you need during this webinar.