One bank lent a 7-year-old girl the money to build a rabbit hutch. Another gives out stuffed Rocky Raccoons to tykes who open savings accounts. A third sets up mock banks in elementary schools, encouraging children to apply for positions as tellers and customer service managers.

Banks large and small are reaching out to children. Some are offering special products like no-minimum savings accounts; others are adopting local schools.

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