Youth Financial Education

If you’re interested in helping to improve the financial capability of young New Zealanders, take a look at our educational resources designed especially with young people in mind.

  1. Zombie Cash-tastrophe

    A board game centred on surviving a zombie apocalypse, available in English and te reo Māori. The game has been designed for ages 12 and up as fun way to explain fundamental financial concepts.

  2. Primary School Games

    Board games for ages 8-12 to get kids thinking about money and developing the skills and knowledge to help them make positive financial decisions.

  3. Workshops

    We can come to your classroom to run a Managing Your Money workshop. A wide variety of topics are available, register your interest and we’ll contact you to see how we can help.

  4. Managing Your Money webinars

    Join a free online webinar and learn about managing your money from the comfort of your own home, no matter where in the country you are.

  5. Resources

    Take a look at the other online tools and resources we have available to help teach young people more about money.

  6. CashNav


    Our free new money management app that lets you see what you spend to get what you want.

  7. Understanding bank lingo

    Sometimes the language of money can be tricky to understand. Take a look at our Financial Terms Summary to help you get your head around some of the key concepts.