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2022 with FitMoney:
A Year
in Review

We delivered on our mission towards accessible financial education for all - anytime, anywhere.


Through launching our most ambitious programs yet, new partnerships across the country, and reaching thousands of students and families, this year was our best yet. Review the moments that marked our strides this year as we look forward to all to come in the new year.

Launching the

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With the help of the all-new $uperSquad platform, students and families everywhere are exploring choose-your-own-adventure learning through real-world scenarios to empower them to be responsible in their own community and future.


Research shows financial habits are formed by age seven. At FitMoney, we’re reaching students when it matters most. With more modules on the way, the $uperSquad is now available for everyone and rated 4-stars by Common Sense Media.

Game-based learning for all.

Growing Our Leadership to Inspire Future Leaders

FitMoney has expanded our board to include four new members. With different backgrounds and unique experiences, our focus on diversifying leadership enables new perspectives to build on our programs’ accessibility.


We’re thrilled to welcome Copeland Media COO and Business Development Manager Chad Copeland, Wellington Management Vice President of Investment Platform Technology Anudha Gupta, Robinhood Markets Vice President of Customer Care and Operations Amy Philbrook, and Footlocker Senior Manager of Digital Marketing Ben Schumacher to the growing FitMoney team.


New Resources in New Communities

We hosted new events and launched new community partnerships to meet families where they are.


In July, we brought our own Boston community together with Robinhood to discuss how we can expand financial literacy education paired with opportunities to practice healthy financial habits. In addition, our latest partnership brings the $uperSquad program to UMass Medical Pediatrics to emphasize financial health for young learners. With the $uperSquad, we’re contributing to a larger significance of social, professional, and mental health.


FitMoney Successes

Let's Get Financially Fit!

Over 2,000 students from across the country are now certificated FinanciallyFit with the help of the new platform for our acclaimed FinanciallyFit Certificate course, now with new modules.

Forbes Nonprofit Council

FitMoney Executive Director Jessica Pelletier joined the Forbes Nonprofit Council to contribute to accessible financial education conversations. 

FitMoney Blog

We launched the FitMoney Blog for families to encourage exploration of financial health beyond the classroom. We’re here to help get the conversation started.

View our 2020 Year in Review

FitMoney joined Jump$tart and teachers around the country in Atlanta to discuss the resources classrooms need to deliver financial literacy to their students.


View our 2021 Year in Review

Our curriculum is free for teachers and schools because of the generous donations from you.

Your role in our success this year has been critical, and we aim to build even more in our journey to come.​ At FitMoney, we understand the value of a dollar. Every donation contributes to promoting economic equality and educational opportunity ensuring there are no barriers to crucial life skills education.

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