As a kid, it's never too early - or too late - to start saving money. Watching your money grow is really rewarding and when you ultimately get the thing you’ve been saving for, it’s amazing how good it feels! Learning to save is a very important skill to have, and we think it can be fun as well.
The Happy Dragon Club is designed exclusively for kids under 13 years of age, to make the road to saving a little easier by making the journey a fun one! With regular newsletters showcasing special games, puzzles and information, children will learn all about money and be excited by their savings progress along the way. Visiting the bank and managing their money will be something kids enjoy, and while they’re having fun, they'll be learning important life skills along the way.
If you’re under 13 years of age and have the grandfathered Happy Dragon Account, an Incentive Saver Account or Complete Freedom Student Account, you are automatically enrolled in the Happy Dragon Club.
Apart from the special treatment all kids at St.George get, you’ll get a special newsletter in the mail twice a year jam-packed with fun activities, interesting information about banking and saving and helpful tips to help you become a money-smart kid.
Our regular newsletters are filled with games, puzzles and interesting information. Check out some of our recent issues to see what all the fuss is about.
Happy Dragon Club Newsletter Issue 6, 2010
Happy Dragon Club Newsletter Issue 6, Money Word Search Solution
Happy Dragon Club Newsletter Issue 5, 2009/2010
Happy Dragon Club Newsletter Issue 4, 2009
Happy Dragon Club Newsletter Issue 3, 2008/2009
Happy Dragon Club Newsletter Issue 2, 2008
Happy Dragon Club Newsletter Issue 1, 2007/2008
Happy Dragon Club Newsletter Issue 1, Find-a-Word Puzzle Solution
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