Vault is a customizable, educational program enriching the youth and young adults of SWFL in the areas of personal and financial success. We partner with community outreach programs to provide financial literacy and life skills programming. Vault focuses on life-applicable lessons that lead people to ask, “Why didn’t they teach me this in school?”


Vault is typically presented in an after-school classroom setting at partnered locations. We are currently operating at Grace Place for Children and Families, New Horizons, Youth Haven, and other organizations around Southwest Florida. To learn more how your organization can get involved, click the button below.


Vault opens the door for college interns who are interested in education, communication, finance, and other related fields. Interns write, revise, and implement lessons related to financial literacy and life skills while earning college credit and growing in both their career fields and faith. 


We have a variety of opportunities for local business professionals and entrepreneurs to get involved with our Vault program. Career professionals get the opportunity to offer curriculum advice and support the program as guest speakers or participate as coaches or judges in our exciting entrepreneurial experience.  

Entrepreneurial Experience

Our newest and most exciting addition to the Vault is our entrepreneurial experience modeled after the popular television series Shark Tank© . In this program students use their financial knowledge to develop their own entrepreneurial ideas to pitch to our volunteer judges (local businessmen and women) who will select a winning team. These young entrepreneurs receive awards for pitching a winning idea.

SharkTank© is a registered trademark of Sony Pictures Television Inc.

Make An Impact

Your support helps us expand our efforts in teaching financial literacy and assisting those looking for an internship.