To understand what today’s kids are savings for, U.S. Bank surveyed 1,500 of its customers between the ages of 5-12. Along with the survey U.S. Bank wants kids to learn the importance and discipline of saving from a young age. Each month the “What Are Kids Saving For?” contest awards $100 to 25 kids between the ages of 5-12 for saving towards their goal.
This past money 25 kids across the country were awarded $100 towards an assortment of goals. The Top Ten Things Young U.S. Bank Customers are saving for are:
To be eligible, kids must have a U.S. Bank Savings account.
How to sign your child up:
- Get your “What Are Kids Saving For?” entry form at any U.S. Bank branch.
- Kids are asked to write about or draw what they’re saving for and explain how they plan to reach their savings goal.
- Once completed, return the form at your local U.S. Bank branch.
Official promotional page can be viewed by clicker here.