Janet Bodnar of Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine writes a helpful weekly column online that answers questions parents and children are having about money. The column is incisive, conversational, and best of all, it's easy to understand — she is a mother of three children after all. A two-part entry relevant to this program and well worth reading: "Teaching Kids the Value of Giving" and "The Value of Giving, Part II."
Nathan Dungan's organization dedicated to helping people of all ages develop and maintain healthy financial habits. The site features Share-Save-Spend™ Financial Sanity resources is to help youth and adults understand the relationship between money, values, and habits in today's hyper-consumer culture.
This site from Raymond James Financial and the Pinch Group offers concise descriptions of the global history of socially-responsible investing, approaches to SRI and current debates about the practice.