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Global Children Financial Literacy Foundation Partners with Metta World Peace’s nonprofit, Gradelo University, for Financial Literacy Program

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Global Children Financial Literacy Foundation Partners with Metta World Peace’s nonprofit, Gradelo University, for Financial Literacy Program

November 23
18:10 2018
New Program Establishes GCFLF as the Financal literacy arm of Gradelo University, Inc.

DENVER – Global Children Financial Literacy Foundation (GCFLF) has secured a partnership with Gradelo University, Inc., the non-profit of former NBA Star Metta World Peace. The newly formed partnership establishes GCFLF as the financial literacy arm of Gradelo University and will utilize GCFLF’s “Financial Education Curriculum” which is geared towards high school students and adults and includes lessons on savings, credit, loans, financial psychology, income, risk management, insurance, debt and more. 

GCFLF will also provide monthly blogs and articles focused on topics related to the financial world, which will be posted on the MettaWorldPeace.com and GradeloUniversity.org websites by GCFLF and their affiliates. Additionally, both organizations will be showcased during GCFLF events including financial workshops and financial literacy and technology (FINTECH) expos, which have become a staple of the organization that presents high school children with a wealth of information about finances and the many opportunities within the technology sector.

Metta World Peace comments on the partnership, “Financial literacy is so important and is not given enough attention in most homes or in most schools. I really love the curriculum GCFLF and Prince Dykes have put together, and we at Gradelo University are excited to help expose more kids and parents to these financial literacy lessons.”

GCFLF Founder Prince Dykes stated, “I’m excited for the opportunity to partner with an amazing organization that shares the same values as Global Children Financial Literacy Foundation and is equally dedicated to ensuring the success of the next generation.”

ABOUT GRADELO UNIVERSITY, INC:

Gradelo University, formerly called Xcel University, was founded in September 2007 by NBA star Metta World Peace. Gradelo University believes there are three foundations needed to set our youth up for success: 1. Access to quality education and sufficient educational resources; 2. Good mental health; 3. An adequate level of physical activity along with healthy, nutritious food. These three foundations are the Pillars of Success and in the absence of one or more of these pillars, our youth will have less than an optimal chance of living up to their true potential. 

For more information, please visit GRADELO UNIVERSITY: http://gradelouniversity.org/

ABOUT GLOBAL CHILDREN FINANCIAL LITERACY FOUNDATION:

GCFLF is a Georgia based 501(c)(3) nonprofit established in 2017 by US Navy veteran, award winning author and host of the popular podcast and TV show “The Investor Show”, Prince Dykes, and his show’s Executive Producer and fellow US Navy veteran, Chadrick Davis. Prince has made notable strides in establishing his brand within the financial literacy sector by writing the world’s first investment book series for children called “Wesley Learns.” The series follows Wesley who is Dykes’ real-life son as he learns valuable lessons about finances and the role these lessons plays at an early age.

In addition to his book series, Dykes show has featured many successful entrepreneurs and professional athletes and in 2017 became the first independent outlet to cover Warren Buffet’s annual Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders Meeting. The show’s guest list includes notable celebrities such as Metta World Peace, Jordan Belfort, Wally “Famous” Amos, Andy Serwer, Marques Colston, Dannell Ellerbe & many more.

For more information, please visit GCFLF: www.childrenfinancialliteracy.org

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Company Name: GLOBAL CHILDREN FINANCIAL LITERACY FOUNDATION
Contact Person: Chad
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Phone: +1 563-999-1980
Country: United States
Website: http://www.childrenfinancialliteracy.org