“If you don't know where you are going, you'll end up someplace else.”
Identifying what you want and where you want to be in life is crucial for achieving financial success. Our Money Talks Program offers tools and resources to help.
United Way's Money Talks Program is designed to inspire an understanding of financial literacy and teach the importance of good financial decision making. The program, led by Rick London and dedicated volunteers, utilize materials from the University of California Cooperative Extension Money Talks Program and the National Endowment for Financial Education, to provide a series of five classes over the course of five weeks.
Participants learn through an interactive, hands-on experience how to create a personal budget, the importance of credit score management, developing goal setting strategies, and more.
You can be a part of leaving a lasting impact now and for generations to come!
To sponsor Money Talks contact our Resource Development Department at (805) 541-1234 ext. 3 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To volunteer visit VolunteerSLO.org. (A financial background is desired but not necessary).
**If your company, club, or group is interested in scheduling a series of Money Talks sessions email email@example.com
Special thanks to volunteer presenters: Anne Crabbe, Josh Rocha, Norman Baxter, and Tom Fitzhugh.
Money Talks is generously sponsored by: Friends of the late Larry Baur, CPA
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