Come Meet Moola!
Looking for a great partner to help make your kids smart about money? Then it’s time to meet Moola the Cash Cow, our ambassador of family financial literacy.
What Does Moola Offer?
Offering access to interactive educational games, special mailings and cool prizes and incentives, Moola is a great way to:
- Teach kids to be smart about money
- Make financial education a family project
- Make saving and learning fun.
Who Can Join?
All children of existing members and all children from the Hamilton Community up to age 18 are eligible to join. What are you waiting for – get Moovin’!
What The Heck Does “Moola” Mean?
Moola or Moolah: Noun: Slang. Something such as coins or printed bills, used as a medium of exchange: cash, currency, lucre, money. Informal term for money. Synonyms: boodle, bread, cabbage, clams, dinero, dough, gelt, kale, lettuce, lolly, lucre, loot, pelf, scratch, shekels, simoleons, sugar, wampum.
And What’s A “Cash Cow?”
Cash Cow: Noun: Slang. A steady dependable source of funds or income: “a collapse of its profitable cash cow, the clusters of word processing machines” (Christian Science Monitor). Informal: Any business venture, operation, or product that is a dependable source of income or profit. Synonyms: Meal ticket, golden goose, money-maker.