MasterCard has partnered with the international nonprofit Grameen Foundation, as it works to improve and extend microfinance around the world using cutting-edge technology.
MasterCard continues to build on a successful relationship with Grameen Foundation, an international nonprofit that uses cutting-edge technology to improve and extend microfinance around the world.
Through direct financial support, in-kind donations of employee expertise, and leveraging of regional business partnerships, MasterCard is working with Grameen Foundation in Colombia to build a mobile phone-based network that will provide thousands of rural farmers with access to information and financial tools.
We strongly believe that no one should be shut out of the global economy because of a lack of financial knowledge — and several other organizations agree with us.
The National Center for Teaching Financial Literacy (NCFTL) delivers financial literacy and capability to those most in need.
MasterCard is working with the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) to deliver entrepreneurship education to at-risk youth in low-income communities.
For over a decade, MasterCard has partnered with Junior Achievement to deliver a financial skills curriculum to students in Europe.
Operation HOPE (HOPE) and MasterCard have created the Joint Framework of Financial Literacy and Empowerment. The partnership is designed to demonstrate the payment card industry's commitment to financial literacy and empowerment.
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MasterCard Worldwide gave $1 million to the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) to support programs for students in across the U.S.
Parents can make back-to-school shopping less stressful — but planning ahead is critical.
To help consumers save well and spend wisely, MasterCard has created a site full of tools, resources, tips, links and more to help consumers keep their financial life pointed in the right direction.