Item description for Bank-My Giving Bank-Blue by David C Cook...
Help children learn the importance of being good stewards of their money through this educational toy based on Scriptural principles. They'll learn about saving and spending cash-and discover how to set money aside for giving it away.
Community Description This bank is a visual tool to help your child learn where our money should go. Coupled with the Home Allowance and Chore Kit, children learn the value of tithing to the Lord, sharing responsibilities, and spending wisely for a lifetime of financial accountability.
Ages 4 years and up.
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Studio: Rainfall Gift/Educational Toys
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 12" Width: 7.95" Height: 2.52" Weight: 1.4 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2001
Publisher David C. Cook
ISBN 9834502702 ISBN13 9789834502706 UPC 612608502703
Availability 0 units.
More About David C Cook
David C Cook is a nonprofit organization dedicated to publishing and distributing leadership and discipleship resources to help Christians all over the world grow in their faith and pass it on to the next generation. We call this "DiscipleShaping". We were established in 1875 by David Caleb Cook in Chicago, IL. Since that time, we have published numerous bestselling books from The Picture Bible to Crazy Love by Francis Chan, developed over ten lines of Sunday school curriculum, and published many of today's most popular praise and worship songs through our music division, Kingsway.
Is that all Dave does?
As a ministry, we do more than just publish and distribute Christian resources. We partner with indigenous organizations to equip Pastors, Lay Leaders, and Sunday School Teachers with our materials in places like India, China, and Cuba. In some places (underdeveloped countries), we make them available at no charge. In others, (developing countries), we subsidize the cost to make them more affordable.
How does Dave do this?
You are probably familiar with a Hybrid Car. This car runs off two sources of fuel: gasoline and electricity. For David C Cook the surplus that is made from selling resources in places like North America, Western Europe, Australia, and more, is the gas. That surplus is used to cover all overhead, marketing, fundraising, and administrative costs. When the electrical component kicks in we use donations from passionate people like you—combined with the surplus we have—to deliver life-transforming materials throughout developing and underdeveloped countries where people do not have access to or money to buy materials. When you donate to David C Cook, 100% of your investment is going directly to deliver a discipleship resource to somebody in need. NONE of it goes to a salary, a building, marketing, or administration.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Bank-My Giving Bank-Blue?
3 in one bank Aug 30, 2007
This is exactly the bank I was looking for. There is a place to save for church, savings, and fun stuff. The bank is large enough to hold plenty of money and it is also easy to get the money out. We are very happy with the bank!
Great Bank Mar 13, 2007
Wonderful tool to help even small children understand saving, spending and tithing. We bought one for a 3 year old and a 5 year old. They both love the bank and understand how to use it.
Giving bank Jan 5, 2007
Awesome tool to teach your kids at a very young age (about age 3) how to begin dividing up their money. Works great for us!!
Good bank, no surprises Jan 3, 2007
Just a basic bank, what came in the box is just like the picture and description - a bank with three slots in it. The stickers came on a sheet that you had to peel off and stick on the bank, and they were a little hard to get off, but then again, maybe I'm sticker-challenged!
Wonderful product to teach about money matters! Sep 5, 2006
I have heard wonderful things about this giving bank and finally decided to implement it with my 5 year old daughter and 2 year old son. Obviously the 2 year old is a little young for the concept, but I drew up a chore chart and at the end of the week they each get $3.00 and each dollar goes into the separate banks. I explained each bank and my 5 year old cannot wait to give her money to "those who don't have any". It's a great teaching tool!