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Feed the Pig™

The Feed the Pig™ campaign encourages younger Americans to spend wisely and save for the future.

Feed the Pig™ Offers Tools to Save

As part of the OSCPA’s Oregon Saves financial literacy initiative, we encourage you to visit Feed the Pig ( On the website, you can:

  • Pick a personality similar to yours in Me Save? Then choose a set of spending habits you want to change or break and find out how much you can save over a month, a year or even 35 years!
  • Sync your Feed the Pig profile with Facebook or your iGoogle Homepage to track what you can save over time.
  • Find out how much you can save no matter what course your life takes in the 5% Challenge.
  • Take a quiz to see how well you understand the psychology behind our saving and spending habits.
  • Get savings tips, which you can rate and comment on.
  • Talk to others about how they “Feed the Pig.”
  • Watch and listen to Feed the Pig TV and radio ads.
  • Learn a ton more about saving through our Resources section and our companion site,, which has advice for people at all stages of life.

All this great stuff is part of a national campaign sponsored by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and The Advertising Council and supported locally by the OSCPA. The goal of the campaign is to encourage and help Americans aged 25 to 34 to take control of their personal finances.

Feed the Pig™ for Tweens

Feed the Pig for Tweens

Help Kids Develop Smart Financial Choices for Life!

The Feed the Pig™ for Tweens program engages young people ages 9-13 in learning about smart saving and spending habits early in life-equipping them to make responsible financial decisions as they grow into adults. This math-based financial literacy program provides teachers with the tools they need to foster the development of these important skills.

Download the Feed the Pig™ for Tweens Flyer here! 
Teachers, visit the website to order your kit or download the lessons plans now. Kids may also visit the site to start playing the Great Piglet Challenge!

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