The Money Charity and fumopay Partner on Financial Education for Students
Partnership will see fumopay sponsoring the charity’s annual publication The Student Money Manual.
Will also provide virtual delivery of The Money Charity’s Workshops to university students, as well as production of Financial Education videos.
Providing The Money Charity with the ability to receive open banking donations via fumopay
The Money Charity is delighted to announce a new partnership with the social payment app fumopay, which will see them working together to further the charity’s vital Financial Education work with young people and students.
The new funding will support several areas of The Money Charity’s work, with fumopay sponsoring the charity’s essential guide to student finance and managing money well at university, the Student Money Manual. It will allow the Manual to continue to be offered for free to young people across the UK as a digital downloadable resource, as well as enabling additional research which will keep the Manual as impactful as possible.
The partnership will also fund three virtual Workshops to be delivered to university students across the country, as well as the production of six Financial Education videos, which will sit on the fumopay website. The app’s users will also be offered the opportunity to personally support The Money Charity through a simple donation mechanism via fumo’s open banking payment platform.
For over 25 years, The Money Charity has been the UK’s Financial Capability charity, with their Financial Education work with young people a critical part of their mission to see the UK increase its Financial Wellbeing. Since 2010, they have reached over 210,000 young people with their Financial Education Money Workshops, while millions of young people and their families have been able to use the Student Money Manual to better prepare them for managing their money well at university.
fumopay (known as fumo) is a secure, card-free social payment app, built on Open Banking, allowing its users to borrow, lend, split.