Visa believes the most important financial tool is not a product – it is knowledge. That is why for over a decade Visa has been developing financial literacy programs that teach individuals how to spend, save and budget responsibly. Supporting financial literacy is good for our business and the right thing to do.
Visa pledged to reach 20 million people globally with financial literacy resources by May 2013 at the Clinton Global Initiative in 2009. That commitment was met in May 2012, a year ahead of schedule. Over 26 million have been reached as of January 2013.To learn more about Visa’s commitment to financial literacy, explore our media kit.
- U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Cordray Delivers Keynote at Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago / Visa Inc. Financial Literacy and Education Summit
- Washington Redskins' London Fletcher and Alfred Morris, Navy Federal Credit Union and Visa Inc. Collaborate to Showcase Financial Football at the Navy Exchange (NEX) at NSA Bethesda
- New Orleans Saints Quarterback Drew Brees, Seattle Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson, Louisiana Treasurer John Kennedy and Visa Collaborate to Showcase Financial Football for Super Bowl Week
- Important Tips for Turning Halloween Into a Teachable Moment for Budgeting
- Visa Inc. Survey: Tooth Fairy Spending Rebounds, Up 15%
- Media Advisory: NFL Statesman Fletcher, Sen. Hagan, State Treasurer Cowell and Visa Inc. Collaborate to Showcase Financial Football
- NFL Stars Matt Stafford and London Fletcher Bring Visa's Educational Video Game 'Financial Football' to the White House
- Marvel's Spider-Man and the Avengers Team Up with Visa Inc. to Help Children Become Financial Superheroes
Financial Literacy In the News
- Financial Literacy Summit Addresses Gaps in Understanding, The Street
- Women and Money Around the World: Saving, Struggling and Teaching the Kids, AOL Daily Finance
- High school prom can be costly , The Monroe News Star
- Kids and money: How young is too young?, Yahoo! Finance Canada
- What's a tooth worth? Tooth Fairy says it's now $3, Los Angeles Times
- Tooth Fairy survey: $3 goes under the pillow, USA TODAY
- Financial Literacy to the Rescue, Business Today Egypt
- Lions QB Matthew Stafford talks 'Financial Football' at White House event, The Detroit News
- Titans' Jake Locker Launches Financial Football Game, Associated Press
- For Prom, Don't Worry About the Date, Think of the Ride, WallStreetJournal.com
Financial Football 2.0 is the latest version of the popular financial literacy video game created by Visa Inc. and the NFL. This free game has been developed with help from New Orleans Saints’ quarterback Drew Brees, who created a variety of its personal finance questions and appears on the cover. To learn more, explore our Financial Football assets.
- Financial Football Fact Sheet
- Financial Football trailer
- Financial Football game
- Financial Football Map: Where Financial Football has Touched Lives
- Financial Football and Practical Money Skills Logos
Watch Visa Executive, Jason Alderman interview Drew Brees about his involvement with the Financial Football initiative
Financial Soccer is a free, FIFA World Cup™ branded video game, combining the world's most popular sport with an award-winning financial literacy curriculum. This component of Visa’s decade-long commitment to financial literacy rolled out before the 2010 FIFA World Cup, to help millions of people worldwide learn how to manage their money wisely. To learn more, explore our Financial Soccer assets.
Marvel Comics’ Avengers: Saving the Day
Visa has teamed up with Marvel Comics to create a new financial literacy comic book called Avengers: Saving The Day. This free comic is aimed at helping parents and teachers begin the crucial conversation about wise money management with kids. Over 150,000 free print copies are being distributed in 8 different languages in countries globally. The comic is also available online.