Helping you be wise with money and live generously.

We believe life changes when you view
money as a tool, not just a goal. 


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Teach your child to be wise with money

This book will ...

  • Create opportunities for your family to have fun while engaging in conversation and activities that educate kids on money matters.
  • Provide 64 pages of engaging activities that encourage kids to recognize the difference between wants and needs, and teach them how to create priorities for earning, spending, saving and giving.
  • Help your family recognize the many ways that sharing money and giving back can help make the world a better place.
  • Help strengthen your child’s self-esteem through the valuable principles that are shared in this book.

"Creative, engaging ways to teach young and old alike the money basics!" 

Steve Forbes 


FaithLife Financial helps you be wise with money and live generously.

No matter what life stage you’re in, we’re here to help you feel confident about your finances and plan ahead to make wise choices. We also talk about living generously because we give back to the communities and causes that are important to you.

$2.9 Billion life insurance in force, protecting over 30,000 members across Canada.

$50+ Million given by FaithLife Financial and our members to support individuals and communities all over the world since 1972.

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A Wise Kid's Guide to Money Matters- 
an empowering book that helps them develop healthy money habits.  

FaithLife Financial is a Canadian company with roots that go back nearly a century –
 offering life insurance and investment products to protect the people you love.

What makes us different is the difference we make together. Get advice you can believe in.

*Calculated as of December 2017. Including member volunteer hours, based on the calculation rate recommended by the Canadian Centre for Philanthropy.

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