Restoring Generational Wealth
Fin Lit Kids is on a mission to make financial literacy accessible and enjoyable for kids aged 3-7.
Through our multimedia edutainment company, we offer a variety of games, activities, books, and content that teach important financial lessons like budgeting, saving, and responsible spending.
Our approach to financial education is based on the belief that every child deserves the opportunity to learn how to manage money early, regardless of their family's financial background.
With our fun and engaging resources, we're helping to build a more financially literate and empowered future.
While Madison was the reason I started the company, it was my own personal experiences that led me to realize the need for it.
As a young woman, I experienced a devastating loss when my mother passed away when I was just eighteen years old. In the aftermath of her death, I found myself struggling to make ends meet, with no financial support and very little guidance on how to manage my money.
And to make matters worse, my bank account was in the red with a balance of -$200 because I opened a student checking account and used the overdraft protection money to buy Christmas gifts for my family.
It took me years to pay off that seemingly small debt, and even longer to unlearn the poor spending habits that kept me living paycheck to paycheck for years after.
That experience had a huge impact on me. Not only did I suffer the loss of my mother, but I also ruined my credit limiting any opportunities I would have for housing and loans. I eventually developed a system for budgeting and saving that helped me not only get out of debt but also to start building a strong financial foundation for my future.
Through my business, Fin Lit Kids, I hope to empower parents and educators to teach children how to manage money early and inspire the next generation to take control of their finances and build a brighter future for themselves and their communities.
to make financial literacy accessible, enjoyable, and relatable for children aged 3-7