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Strength Training for Your Savings

COVID-19 Update.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) continue to monitor and respond to the outbreak of COVID-19 novel coronavirus (commonly known as the coronavirus).

We are carefully following these expert sources and monitoring the situation daily. At this time, it is inevitable that some races may be cancelled or postponed. We will continue to update the website accordingly. Please use your best judgement to stay healthy during this time.

Empowering all kids to start smart. And finish strong.

Financial health is a lot like physical health. We grow stronger when we make it a priority and stay committed to a plan. All it takes is some knowledge and the right training. That’s why The Smarter Tomorrow Foundation™ created the 4.01K Race for Financial Fitness™. To support the financial literacy programs that put kids on the right track.

WHAT DO KIDS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT MONEY?

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Orlando

Phoenix

February 15, 2020

Orlando

Orlando

Cancelled

Orlando

Las Vegas

Postponed

Orlando

Minneapolis

April 30, 2021

Orlando

Kansas City

May 2–16, 2020 | Virtual Race

Orlando

New York

Postponed

Orlando

Nashville

Postponed

Orlando

Indianapolis

June 7–20, 2020 | Virtual Race

Orlando

Charlottesville

June 13, 2020

Our Coach

Jean Chatzky, personal finance expert and host of the HerMoney podcast, will serve as our National Financial Head Coach for the sixth year in a row. She'll be sharing great financial tips and strategies on our social media in the months leading up to the race. And come race day, she'll be lacing up to join the runners in Orlando and Nashville!

Building a smarter tomorrow.
By supporting the financial education we need now.

15-year-olds in the United States rank 12th out of 18 countries in financial literacy1

< 30% of Americans have emergency savings of 3-6 months of household income 2

Only 24% of Millennials could answer four out of five financial literacy questions correctly 3

1 “Students and Money: Financial Literacy Skills for the 21st Century.” Organization of Economic Co-operation and Development 2 Financial Literacy Study conducted by Mintel, 2017 3 “The Financial Capability of Young Adults—A Generational View.” FINRA Foundation Financial Capability Insights

Thanks to our generous sponsors we can help give
kids a head start on financial fitness. Partner with us!