CARE is excited to announce that it is partnering with Million Stories Media to promote financial literacy. Most recently, the team at Million Stories released a new video series, Adulting with Richard Sherman, in which the NFL superstar shares his own personal experiences with money and provides valuable information on how young people can manage their finances by using Richard’s play by play tips.
The series launches with a video about budgeting, in which Sherman shares his story about the first time he created a budget and provides steps for viewers to get started creating their own budgets. Click here to view the video, and be sure to check out the other videos in the series.
CARE plans to incorporate these first of their kind videos into its curriculum for use by CARE volunteers across the country. “We are excited to make this resource available to CARE volunteers,” says Tammy Hettinger, CARE’s executive director. “We see first-hand the positive impact that storytelling has on the lives of youth.”
Million Stories is an entertainment platform that harnesses the power of entertainment to inspire, entertain and transform lives. It is a project of the Singleton Foundation for Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. You can check it out at millionstories.com.