Ideas provided by WSBI help make World Savings Day a success.
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BRUSSELS, 31 July 2020 (Updated: 29 September 2020. Adds web link to 2020 kick-off event). Preparations are underway for this year’s World Savings Day 2020. Held in and around 31 October, this year's theme is “When you save a bit, big things follow.”
Participating in the World Savings Day 2020 requires a fair amount of preparation. To help partners WSBI provides a quick-and-easy guide to navigate their work. A set of tools and event ideas available on the WorldSavingsDay.info website give WSBI members, government authorities and other trusted partners basic ideas to create and promote the benefits of thrift. All provided by WSBI to help make their World Savings Day a success.
Kick-off event on 19 October
Partners and interested stakeholders are invited to attend the World Savings Day virtual kick-off event taking place viturally on 19 October. The event features Shekinah Dare, Economist/Financial Educator, from the Centrale Bank van Curaçao who will highlight a "Money Box" Kid programme. The web-based event includes an address by Iona Bain, a writer, speaker, author and broadcaster specialising in young people and finance, and founder of Young Money Blog. World Savings Day partner organisation Aflatoun International also participates, with Chief Executive Roeland Monasch presenting. WSBI-ESBG Managing Director Chris De Noose opens and closes the event.
Logo and theme
WSBI allows approved, participating partners full use of the logo and theme “When you save a bit, big things follow!". Use of the logo is allowed when highlighting World Savings Day on your conference website, stationary or the event signage. E-mail WSBI to receive logos.
World Savings Day website
Partners can refer to this website, to glean ideas about projects done by WSBI members and partners during the past few years. The site also gives participants a chance to highlight their events through pictures and a short description of what they did, where, when and for whom.
Story and event ideas:
The best stories start with people, so WSBI provides partners ideas how to connect better with their communities by bringing their stories alive. The site also suggests inspiration for events, including a bike ride, a jeans exchange, a “build-money-box challenge" or a reading club for kids.
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