via Jennifer Quiroz
Are your clients frustrated by their financial situation or stressed out by their debt? Have you tried to help clients set a budget but then their spending patterns don’t change? Do you want to support your clients in meeting their goals but have trouble helping them get there?
Refer them to the YWCA’s financial education classes, Money Mechanics! This fall we will be offering the FREE classes in Renton! This series offers financial workshops for anyone who feels like their finances could use a “tune-up,” especially anyone who is low-income, unemployed, currently or recently homeless, or tired of getting paid and just days later wondering, “just where did that money go?” These classes are open to anyone, and both women and men are welcome to attend.
Classes will be four sessions, September 13th through October 4th 2016, every Tuesday from 11 am to 2 pm.
Food, child care provided free on site!
Transportation assistance is available.
Participants may be eligible to receive up to $50 for completing the class!
Participants will get support while learning more about:
- Unmasking the mysteries of credit
- Debt management
- Making your dollar stretch each month (budgeting!)
- How to make banking work for you
- Goal setting and your personal values
- Saving and investing
- And much more!
For more information or to register, participants can contact Constance Francis at (425) 264-1416 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please let us know if you are interested in having someone come to a resident or client meeting to talk more about the classes and register participants. We are also available to come to staff meetings and are happy to answer any questions you might have.
I have attached the flyer for you to share with clients. Please feel free to forward this email along to anyone else who may be interested. Thanks and have a great day!