Why Do You Volunteer?

CARE is a community built up of talented, ambitious, and giving bankruptcy judges, attorneys, and financial service professionals. In our latest social media campaign, we are asking YOU to share why you volunteer with CARE. The CARE program revolves around our volunteers telling their life-changing stories about financial literacy and their experiences in the financial … Continue reading Why Do You Volunteer?

June 16, 2021 0

Volunteer Profile Series: Michael Sabella

This month we are pleased to share our latest volunteer profile on Michael Sabella. Michael was recently appointed to CARE’s Board of Directors.  How did you learn about CARE? A colleague spoke to me about CARE and how impressed she was with the work they had done.  Given my interest in advocacy work and bankruptcy … Continue reading Volunteer Profile Series: Michael Sabella

May 06, 2021 0

CARE Values Collaboration

We wrap up our blog series on CARE’s values with our third value: collaboration. At CARE, we believe that we cannot achieve our goals alone. We are stronger working in partnership with students, educators and volunteers to fulfill our mission. As a volunteer-driven organization, this value has been the foundation of our work from the … Continue reading CARE Values Collaboration

April 26, 2021 0

CARE Resource: Judge Ninfo’s Top 10 Personal Finance Tips Poster

CARE is excited to share our latest resource: Just Ninfo’s Top 10 Personal Finance Tips Poster. This poster includes CARE Founder and Retired U.S. Bankruptcy Judge John Ninfo’s top 10 personal finance tips that are aimed to help youth and students learn more about financial literacy, build strong personal finance habits, and make wise and … Continue reading CARE Resource: Judge Ninfo’s Top 10 Personal Finance Tips Poster

April 19, 2021 0

Volunteer Profile Series: Hon. Mary Jo Heston, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge for the Western District of Washington

This month we are pleased to share our latest volunteer profile on Hon. Mary Jo Heston who has recently been appointed to CARE’s Advisory Board. Judge Heston has spent over 30 years working on financial literacy and bankruptcy related pro bono initiatives with several organizations. How did you learn about CARE? I first learned about … Continue reading Volunteer Profile Series: Hon. Mary Jo Heston, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge for the Western District of Washington

April 15, 2021 0

CARE’s Founder to Receive Visionary Leadership Award

Hon. John C. Ninfo II, a retired U.S. Bankruptcy Judge, will receive the William E. Odom Visionary Leadership Award from the National Jump$tart Coalition for Financial Literacy at the coalition’s virtual awards ceremony on April 16. The coalition consists of more than 100 national organizations and a network of 51 independent, affiliated state coalitions that … Continue reading CARE’s Founder to Receive Visionary Leadership Award

April 08, 2021 0