Are you looking for a fun and engaging way to teach your children and grandchildren about money and finance, about trust and teamwork, about how to truly make a difference in your community and the world?
Are you looking for an innovative way to bring your family together to talk about the virtues and values that make you who you are—and then to act on those virtues and values?
Would you like an antidote to too much texting, Twitter, and TV?
Main Street Legacy
Family Philanthropic Adventure
utilizes an old-fashioned physical toolbox of creative lessons to promote good financial health, constructive self-discovery, and rich, meaningful family interaction. The concept, developed by two financial advisors and estate planners—Scott Farnsworth and Ryan Ponsford—includes colorful giving cards and interactive exercises aimed at using philanthropy to teach participants about personal finance, team building, quality communication skills, and how to be inspired by their own abilities to make a difference in the world.
Kathleen Burns Kingsbury, a wealth psychology expert and behavioral-change specialist at CNBC.com,
applauded the creators of Main Street Legacy
because “they thought outside the box and developed teaching tools that transformed previously lackluster financial lessons into engaging content.”
If you are ready to change the hearts and minds of the youth and adults in your family, inspiring them to do more, live with purpose, and find gratitude and contentment in life, then you’ve come to the right place.