The Federal Government provides an excellent website to promote money and financial literacy in the United States: MyMoney.gov. It has an extensive list of services for Youth, Teachers, and Parents and Caregivers.
The National Council for Economic Education has an excellent website full of resources and links to economics and persoanl finance publications for use in K-12 classrooms.
The National Association of Economics Educatiors is a professional association for economics educators. It's website includes links to state councils. This is an exceptional resource for identifying speakers and potential mentors for IRAKids Clubs in your area.
The JumpStart Coalition promotes financial literacy among young people. Its website contains a Clearinghouse that provides search and browse features to locate related educational materials. A list of free materials also is included.
EconEdLink.com is a major source of economics and personal finance resources for grades K-12.