Financial Wellbeing Youth Design Challenge Finalists
Finance Aid Network (FAN)
Giving 14 - 18 year olds information about finance
Judges' Choice: Busy Budget Bee
Helping students learn financial planning by teaching them through an entertaining class.
Judges' Choice: Franky's Adventure
Encouraging kids to save through a fun phone game
A microinvestment app designed to educate teenagers and introduce them to finance.
YSA - Your Shopping Assistant
Assisting young adults make beneficial decisions with shopping.
Making finance engaging through interactive adventures.
An organisation bringing interest to household finance through fun interactive tutorials/games
Encouraging independence through a transaction app.
An app that spreads awareness of cryptocurrency clearing up any misinformation and suggesting safer ways for investing
Judges' Choice: TEEC
To encourage and support young people by providing an understanding of their financial wellbeing.
helping engage students to understand the importance of finances
Judges' Choice: Millionairs
Making learning about finances and budgeting fun through a board game.
Judges' Choice: Financial Wellbeing
Learning about financial wellbeing and serving the community (#Financialwellbeing #specialneedsstudents #passion #making art/merch #sales #donation #charity)
The Chanj Planner
A planner that has a page for budgeting and a page for business planning
Young People in Finance
A school program to teach teens in a fun engaging way how to handle money
Creating a support system to teach teenagers about financial stability
Saving Cards that lock for people who find it hard to save
Helping people save by organising money into categories based on income, as well as spending habits.
King of Savings
Providing young children with a fun and helpful way to save
Judges' Choice: Buynance
A card game to teach young people about finance
Educating students about the importance of budgeting