Meet Ellie Lo, CARE’s 2020-21 Student Liaison

This year, in an effort to reach more young people and spread awareness about financial literacy education, we have decided to start a liaison program featuring one student and one teacher every year. Once selected, our liaisons will have the opportunity to make a direct impact in our organization by participating in our development and … Continue reading Meet Ellie Lo, CARE’s 2020-21 Student Liaison

December 04, 2020 0

Bill Barrett: Volunteer of the Year Award 2020

We would like to take a moment to thank CARE volunteer and board member, Bill Barrett (CARE Chicago), for his dedication and impact. Bill devotes his time to making a difference in the CARE community and leads our national education committee, helping us create new and innovative ways to reach the youth and spread awareness … Continue reading Bill Barrett: Volunteer of the Year Award 2020

December 03, 2020 0

Support CARE on Giving Tuesday

This Giving Tuesday we give thanks for all we are grateful for this year. At CARE, we are grateful for the endless dedication of our volunteers who support our mission to empower the next generation for financial success. As schools have closed, we’ve made the transition from in-person to virtual classrooms.  We are committed to … Continue reading Support CARE on Giving Tuesday

November 30, 2020 0

Volunteer Profile Series: Mindi Schools

This month we are pleased to share our latest volunteer profile on Mindi Schools. Mindi has volunteered with CARE for 6 years and has recently been appointed to CARE’s Board of Directors. She currently works in the financial services industry as a Program Analyst at the District of Columbia Department of Insurance Securities and Banking … Continue reading Volunteer Profile Series: Mindi Schools

November 23, 2020 0

The Funny Thing About Credit Cards: Minimum Payments

An important part of our mission at CARE is to educate young people about the responsible use of credit cards. To help reach youth in new and innovative ways, we partnered with comedic minds at The Theater of Public Policy to create a short educational video about credit cards and minimum payments. The video puts … Continue reading The Funny Thing About Credit Cards: Minimum Payments

October 27, 2020 0

CARE: An Opportunity to Bring People Together

Michael Barber, Danielle Jacobs, and SJ Morrison are law students in Pittsburgh, PA. However, they don’t all attend the same school. Michael and Danielle are students at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and SJ is a student at the Duquesne University School of Law. Together, these three students are collaborating with attorneys in … Continue reading CARE: An Opportunity to Bring People Together

October 21, 2020 0