'Save a Million for Kids' campaign launchesWebsite allows parents to share money saving tips
28 September 2010
With the Coalition Government’s announcement to remove funding for Child Trust Funds, parents are now having to look for new ways to save for their children.
The ‘Save a Million for UK Kids’ campaign has kick-started this today with the launch of its new website, www.saveforukkids.co.uk. The website aims to build an online community for parents and companies to share ideas and come up with innovative ways to save for their kids.
Child savings online
Parents can put forward their money-saving tips, which roll on a live feed on the website’s ‘Ideas’ page.
The campaign is run by Kidstart, the cash back website that converts the money you save from shopping through the company into savings for your children.
To find out more about cashback websites, read the October edition of Which? Money.
And if you want to know more about saving for your children, check out our handy guide with seven smart ways to save for children.
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