America Saves Week 2012

 America Saves Week 2012

Government and Non-Profit Materials and Activities for America Saves Week 2012

America Saves Week is just 3 weeks away.

Featured Download: Social Media Kit

Download the Social Media Kit
The social media kit includes tweets, Facebook posts, sample newsletter/blog content, and a QR code to share starting February 1st. Already have your own tweets? Use #ASW2012.

Sign up to Join America Saves Week 2012

Once you sign up , you will be listed as a participating organization on the America Saves Week website.

Sample Week Activities

Need ideas? Download the complete resource kit.

ASW 2012 Highlights

  • FDIC is hosting a webinar on February 1, 2012, 2:00-3:00 p.m. (EST) to invite financial institutions to consider strategies to encourage consumers, especially low- and moderate-income consumers, to save automatically.
  • Dallas-based SWACHA, one of the largest not-for-profit regional electronic payment associations in the country, and Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Dallas announced “The Art of Saving” America Saves Week Art Contest. Children ages 6 – 12 will be given the opportunity illustrate through art what saving money means to them. Winners will be announced during America Saves Week, February 19 – 26, 2012, and will receive a total of $800 in U.S. Savings Bonds.
  • The Department of Defense is hosting a webinar for America Saves Week that promotes the importance of small business owners encouraging employees to  saving at work through retirement plans, direct deposit of paychecks, and automatic saving. Along with DOL, America Saves, NACHA, and AICPA will be presenters. The webinar is scheduled for Thursday, 2/23 at 2pm Eastern. 

Need help planning for America Saves Week? Contact Nancy Register of America Saves ( or Ken McDonnell of ASEC (

Already preparing for the Week? Report your plans ( 


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