You'll love 14-year-old Phoebe's video that she made for Camp Kesem!Â This camp is for kids from families coping with cancer.
Â Â Â This is the kind of video ALL teens can make to support organizations that provide treatment, research, support, and fundraising for conquering cancer!Â
Â Â Â Complete the online WealthQuest for Teens program for $19.95, create, and submit YOUR video promoting YOUR favorite organization and make a REAL and LASTING difference in the world!Â Winners receive $500 to Give and Get.Â The competition runs every month.Â Register now at www.wealthquestforteens.com.
Teens who complete our online money skills program ($19.95) first learn to think about and organize money as a tool for having the lives they want and for making a difference in the world.Â The skills and concepts they learn in the webinar serve them now AND for the rest of their lives.
To practice what they learn about money and money management, students participate in the Give and Get to Conquer Cancer Video Competition as a community service project.Â The videos they make promoting a cancer treatment, research, or support program OR fundraising event are gifted to the organizations to use to attract participation and contribution.
The online webinar is narrated by teens, takes an hour or two to complete, and provides an innovative approach to learning great money skills.Â Â The program is designedÂ for teens, ages 14-19, that are committed to thriving in life and making a difference in the world.Â
Take it from 15-year-old Sarah Phillips.Â Teens can change the world with a video!Â Â
The Give and Get to Conquer Cancer Video Competition with WealthQuest for Teens is such a brilliant way to help people affected by cancer. I have seen how much difference a video can make; my video "Autumn" has initiated a campaign which has so far raised over Â£350,000 ($540,000) for the Debbie Fund. Get involved now and help so many people in the future.Â
Sarah Phillips, 15
September 7, 2010