Kiva Lending Team: 101 Ways Your Kid$ Can Make Money
We loan because...
1. We LEARN
2. We EARN
3. We RETURN
"101 Ways Your Kid$ Can Make Money", The Secrets About Money That You Don't Learn in School a 10-CD Educational Audio Program.
A portion of the proceeds from each sale will be tithed through Kiva for the sake of alleviating poverty across this beautiful planet.
"101 Ways Your Kid$ Can Make Money" is a real-world study of amazing young entrepreneurs from ages 6-18 who acted on an idea and are now earning a few dollars to thousands of dollars every month.
These kids will teach YOU how to act on an opportunity and fill a need to create a viable. profit-making business.
At school, your children learn many valuable concepts, yet they are rarely taught anything about finances and how to set up a business that could pay for their tuition of their college or university education.
Schools teach children how to work hard for money. Are you ready to teach your kids how to have money work hard for them and not be dependent on a pension, the government or someone else to take care of them later in life?
Give your children the financial head start necessary to thrive in today's fast paced and changing world.
"I will recommend this program to every kid I can. It is the up and coming kids who are our future leaders and entrepreneurs."
- Bill Bartmann, National Entrepreneur of the Year, www.BillBartmann.com
"This is the perfect resource for any kid who wants to ignite their entrepreneurial spirit."
- Lu An Mitchell, Canada's #1 Female Entrepreneur, Motivational Speaker & Philanthropist,
“It’s about time we had a curriculum to teach children real-life skills so every child can grow up feeling confident and secure about finances. Darren Jacklin has created a program that should be in every school.”
-Dr. Brenda Wade, “America’s Love Doctor,” psychologist, author, speaker and founder of the International Love & Money Summit
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Mark received a loan from Michael Craig to help pay for a small solar system for Mark's home to help lower his electric bills and lessen his impact on the environment.
Deison received a loan from Iris to improve the pig pens and products for treating weeds in the fields.
Alis received a loan from Iris to buy fabric to embroider 20 sweatshirts, thread, accessories and to pay for the embroidery of the garments.
Ahmed received a loan from Iris to buy tools to make his recycled materials business a lot more professional and to be a source of positivity in his Palestinian refugee community.
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