Money Skills at BCCPD: free 4-week program
Join us for a free 4-week program
Poverty is not only about money, it is also about not having access to the skills, resources, information, and choices necessary to get and maintain self-sufficiency.
If you are living on a low income or receiving disability benefits, you may have well-developed money management skills. You may know how to stretch a dollar and juggle bills. But if you want to know more, where do you get objective information not designed to sell you anything?
Often, financial language can be difficult to understand and link to your own life. Money is a sensitive and private subject for many people, so many of us don’t feel comfortable asking friends or family.
The Money Skills program at Family Services of Greater Vancouver works with community groups to offer a workshop series on money. The workshops are free of charge and provide a fun, interactive environment to share information and learn new money skills.
Budgeting: Track your earning and spending and be in control of your money.
Banking: Choose the options that are right for you, reduce fees and save money.
Credit: Build and maintain a good credit history and deal with debt.
Consumerism: Buy buy buy! Examine the role of advertising in our spending choices and how to be in charge of your own spending.
When: Four sessions in June 2011: June 2nd, 9th, 16th, and 23rd
Where: BCCPD, #204 – 456 West Broadway, Vancouver
Time: 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Call Val at 604-875-0188 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.