Windsor Federal Bank Deepens Its Commitment to Improving Financial Wellness in Its Communities

Windsor Federal Bank has deepened its commitment to improving financial wellness in its communities by partnering with Banzai, an award-winning, interactive content platform that teaches real-world finance to people of all ages.

The online platform, which can be found on the Bank’s website, hosts a multitude of tools, including interactive coaches, courses, and calculators. Visitors of all ages can find topics such as budgeting, building credit, saving for retirement, running a business, and mortgage affordability. Games teach children, ages eight to 18, age-appropriate concepts like income, saving, understanding debt, insurance and taxes, and paying rent, as well as internet safety.

In addition to the Bank’s online Financial Wellness Resource Center, Windsor Federal is sponsoring the delivery of financial literacy courses, via Banzai, to local high schools for teachers to implement into their curriculum.

“Windsor Federal Bank takes great pride in having been at the forefront of financial education in its communities,” said Luke Kettles, President and CEO. “We are pleased to reinforce our commitment with even more impactful delivery of free resources and tools, especially in light of the recent passing of state legislation which has made financial wellness a graduation requirement.”

Windsor Federal Bank has enjoyed providing financial education to its communities throughout the years, delivering workshops to families, funding programs, and partnering with local schools in curriculum development as well as its student-run branches in Windsor High School and Bloomfield High School.

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