Getting Started with Kids Savings Accounts : CCBee Kids Cash Club

At CCB, we’re committed to fostering financial literacy from an early age, and our CCBee Kids Cash Club is a testament to that dedication. As a locally owned and operated bank, our motto, “Where Community Counts,” isn’t just a slogan—it’s our guiding principle. We believe in investing in the future of our communities by empowering our youth with the knowledge and tools they need to succeed.

The CCBee Kids Cash Club is designed to make learning about money fun and engaging for children.

Here’s how it works:

  • Hands-On Experience: Children will have their own CCBee Kids Cash Club account, where they can deposit money, set savings goals, and track their progress. This hands-on experience helps them develop a practical understanding of saving, spending, and the value of money.
  • Financial Education: Our program goes beyond basic saving techniques. We provide educational resources and activities that teach children about budgeting, responsible spending, and the importance of making informed financial decisions. By equipping them with these essential skills early on, we’re setting them up for lifelong financial success.
  • Community Connection: At CCB, we believe in giving back to the communities that support us. That’s why we’re actively involved in local initiatives and programs that benefit youth development. By banking with CCB, you’re not just investing in your child’s future—you’re investing in the future of your community.

By enrolling your child in the CCBee Kids Cash Club, you’re taking a proactive step towards building a strong financial foundation for their future. Plus, you’re supporting a bank that prioritizes community impact and social responsibility.

Join us in empowering the next generation of financial leaders. Visit your local CCB branch or contact us today to learn more about the CCBee Kids Cash Club and how you can get started. At CCB, Where Community Counts, we can build brighter futures together for our children and our communities.