Bar Harbor, Maine — Bar Harbor Bank & Trust is celebrating national Teach Children to Save Day on April 12, sponsored by the American Bankers Association (ABA) Foundation. Geared toward grades K-8, Teach Children to Save is a national program that organizes banker volunteers to help young people develop a lifelong savings habit, putting them on a path to becoming smart money-managing adults. If you are interested in having a Bar Harbor Bank & Trust employee teach a savings lesson at your school, or to a local community group, please contact Zoe Zalta, Marketing Coordinator at 888-853-7100 x10519. Lessons can be taught any time of year.
“For over a decade Bar Harbor Bank & Trust has been partnering with the ABA to provide this financial literacy program to the communities we serve. Year after year, schools welcome our employees into their classrooms to engage with students and teach them the importance of saving money,” said Zoe Zalta, Marketing Coordinator at Bar Harbor Bank & Trust. “Teach Children to Save is a great opportunity for us to share our passion for financial education and improve our local community.”
Bar Harbor Bank & Trust offers the following tips for money-savvy parents raising money-smart kids:
Bar Harbor Bankshares (NYSE American: BHB) is the parent company of its wholly owned subsidiary, Bar Harbor Bank & Trust. Operating over 50 locations across Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, Bar Harbor Bank & Trust is headquartered in Bar Harbor, Maine and has more than $3.6 billion in assets. As a leading Northern New England community bank, Bar Harbor Bank & Trust offers a full range of personal and business banking services, as well as wealth management services through its subsidiaries Bar Harbor Trust Services and Charter Trust Company. For more information about Bar Harbor Bank & Trust, visit www.barharbor.bank or call 888-853-7100. Member FDIC.
Cathy Planchart, VP
Product & Segment Marketing Manager
Bar Harbor Bank & Trust
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