Pearl Hawaii Federal Credit Union is excited to introduce a free financial literacy resource to the island of Oahu. With Pearl Hawaii sponsoring Banzai’s curriculum, a national award-winning financial literacy program that is online and interactive, the service is free to all Oahu residents.
Banzai is an interactive, online program that teaches personal finance education. It has become the largest program of its kind, servicing over 65,000 schoolteachers, as well as communities in all 50 states. Normally, this program is offered through schools. With information applicable to all ages and needs, Pearl Hawaii has decided to bring these financial resources and tools directly to parents, their children, and to the community at large.
“During these difficult times, it is important that individuals develop sound financial skills to prepare for and cope with life’s unexpected challenges,” states Daniel Terada, Pearl Hawaii’s CEO and President. “From our youth to our grandparents, Banzai is a financial literacy resource for all ages. This program enables everyone to have an opportunity to gain important financial skills and, ultimately, financial independence and freedom.”
Pearl Hawaii has offered time, money, industry experience, and a variety of resources to help provide personal finance to our community. Using the Banzai program, users will be able to learn how to manage their money, get out of debt, purchase a home, improve their credit score, and so much more!
Individuals interested in using the Banzai program can visit pearlhawaii.com/financial-literacy.
Pearl Hawaii Federal Credit Union | Established in 1937, Pearl Hawaii Federal Credit Union is one of Oahu’s largest credit unions with $411 million in assets, over 30,000 members, 6 branches, and 70 employees. Pearl Hawaii is a leader and award winner in innovation, member satisfaction, trust, branch services, digital services, fraud detection, charitable giving, financial advice, and as a leading employer. The credit union serves everyone who lives, works, attends school, and worships on Oahu and their families. For additional information about Pearl Hawaii, visit pearlhawaii.com.