An excellent initiative idea. Sharing the kit with low income middle/high school students in the Bay Area through Citizen After School Programs is a possibility. I have many connections with CCSF teachers who would be very interested in such a proposal. 40% of the CCSF student population comes from underprivledged backgrounds. An added benefit is the variety of immigrants (and Spanish speaking adults) population that could participate.
Sharing the idea/platform with SF Treasurer José Cisneros who implemented a savings program called Kintergarden-to-college could help publicize the initiative. In short, find another partner or two already in the Education arena and/or the Financial services arena, like Project EARN in SF, to help implement (and provide outreach) and test the platform.