Our Partners


Differentiate through innovative financial education.

Thrive 'n' Shine is a turn-key, financial education program. By sponsoring it, your financial institution will stand out to your members, schools, and the community.  Click to learn more.

Build Relationships with Schools


43 states include personal finance in their K-12 standards. Engage schools and non-profits by providing them with the most effective way to empower students with financial capability skills, through Thrive ‘n’ Shine.


impact your community


Make a direct impact on your community and strengthen your relationships within the community. MindBlown Labs provides you with aggregated data that you can share about your results and impact.

Engage and Educate


Reach students where they are - through a mobile game. Thrive ‘n’ Shine is an interactive and immersive life simulation mobile game that enables students to engage in experiential learning. Experiential learning is the most effective way to teach real-world skills like budgeting, saving, and debt-management.


reach more people


Engage more teachers, students, schools, and non-profits in less time. Because Thrive ‘n’ Shine is mobile and web-based, it’s very easy for people to access. You will receive licenses for the game and a web portal that you can easily distribute to schools and non-profits with very little time.


Turn-Key Education Program


This program is unique because it uses a mobile game to engage students around abstract financial concepts and empowers teachers to do what they do best.  The Thrive ‘n’ Shine Experience includes:

  • Mobile & Web-based Game
  • Teacher's Guide & Informational Videos
  • Curriculum & Assessments
  • Online Data Dashboard
  • Technical Support


MindBlown Labs has partnered with, presented at, and received awards from several well-known organizations.


Engage & Empower Your Community

“Community Bank of the Bay is a committed and proud sponsor of Thrive ‘n’ Shine. . . Our sponsorship in 2014 of over 300 students was instrumental in our bank being named 2015 Bank of the Year by the Western Independent Bankers’ Association.”
— Bill Keller, President & CEO, Community Bank of the Bay

What do teachers think?

“I’ve never seen these students so engaged in any curriculum that I have tried.”
— Gail, Economics and Life Skills Teacher
“If you can learn through a game, that’s the best type of learning you can do.”
— Rosa, Math Teacher
“The real world needs to come back to the classroom. I believe that sponsorships from. . . financial institutions are important.”
— Mutasim, Economics Teacher