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Grow the Goose is a Social Enterprise that provides Financial Empowerment for Children, Teens & Grown-Ups to help them attain Financial Wisdom through workshops and mentoring programs.




grow the goose

Grow the Goose is a Social Enterprise that provides
Financial Empowerment for Children, Teens & Grown-Ups to help them attain Financial Wisdom through workshops and mentoring programs.

grow the goose program

grow the goose: for kids
grow the goose: for teens
grow the goose: for grown-ups


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Parents, do you give your kids daily, weekly or monthly allowances? 

What do they do with it? Do they spend it all? Do they save some? Or donate some to the needy maybe?

Do they actually understand the concept and value of money or do they just know how to point to the ATM Machine each time they want you to buy something from them?

‘Grow the Goose’ is a 2 full day programme where kids ages 7-12 will learn 

– The Value of Money
– Ways to Earn
– Money Management Habits
– Real Entrepreneurship Skills
– Importance of Giving
– Creative Thinking
– Communication Skills
– Problem Solving Skills
– Practical Math

We believe each child should be equipped with the necessary ‘Concrete Jungle Survival and Living Skills’ as early as possible, starting with Money Management Skills.

We also subscribe to the Law of Giving and Gratitude and believe that every child should be given the chance to immerse in their natural element and inculcate this habit with the purest of intentions. Thus our tagline “Learn to Earn and Live to Give”

Our BIG BIG Hope in this Journey is that with the support of parents, schools, sponsors and the community, together we can build stronger values in our children and create a breed of Empowered Children helping other Children. 

And ultimately create a movement that will inspire the next generation to formulate sustainable & intelligent solutions for world problems that we adults have left them with..

-Mother Goose 🙂 –

Apprentice Trainers
Junior Social Entrepreneurs

“ One in Three Malaysians DO NOT have a Savings Account

 -Malaysia’s Employee Provident Fund-


98% of rural households have ZERO savings, while 86% of those in urban households do not have savings. -Malaysia’s Employee Provident Fund-


Around 60% Malaysia below the age of 44 are declared BANKCRUPT each day 

 -Malaysian Department of Insolvency-

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