Reflections From a CARE Volunteer

I first learned of CARE as a new law clerk looking for volunteer opportunities.  Now that I am raising two young sons, I hope that by volunteering I can show my children what it means to be an active, involved community member.  CARE, aimed at credit education and arming others with tools to help them … Continue reading Reflections From a CARE Volunteer

June 23, 2020 0

CARE Resource: Be Credit Smart Flyer

CARE is excited to share its newest companion resource: Be Credit Smart Flyer. This flyer is best used by our volunteers as a tagalong visual with active CARE presentations, a leave-behind with teachers, or as general financial education placed in offices or courtrooms. Our partners in education can use this flyer in their classrooms, hallways, … Continue reading CARE Resource: Be Credit Smart Flyer

June 16, 2020 0
CARE's Mission

Message of Solidarity

We stand together with the Black community in the fight against racism and affirm that Black lives do matter! CARE is committed to inclusion, diversity and equity and the real work that is needed to honor and embrace you and confront all injustice. We are deeply saddened and outraged by the lives that have been lost … Continue reading Message of Solidarity

June 09, 2020 0

CARE Resource: Managing Financial Crisis in COVID-19

CARE Volunteers Hon. Rebecca Connelly, David Cox, and Herb Beskin recently shared their time and expertise with us and a group of 100 members of Virginia’s network of Workforce Development Councils talking about how to manage financial crisis during the pandemic and economic downturn. This webinar, titled “Managing Financial Crisis in COVID-19,” is a great … Continue reading CARE Resource: Managing Financial Crisis in COVID-19

April 30, 2020 0
Financial Literacy in Madagascar

My Journey With CARE and Financial Literacy (Part 3)

Editor’s Note: Nic Stevens was an intern for CARE during his senior year of college in 2018. After graduation, he joined the Peace Corps. and moved to Madagascar. Nic asked to share his journey with financial literacy on our blog and we were happy to oblige. This is part 3 of his story. You read … Continue reading My Journey With CARE and Financial Literacy (Part 3)

April 23, 2020 0
Financial Education Champion, Volunteer Award Nominations

Your Gift Makes an Impact – Support CARE during Financial Literacy Month

The economic uncertainty brought on by the COVID-19 crisis that millions of Americans are now facing only underscores the importance– and urgency– of our work. Financial education is needed now more than ever. April is National Financial Literacy Month and we are asking for your support of our mission.  Even though schools are closed, we … Continue reading Your Gift Makes an Impact – Support CARE during Financial Literacy Month

April 15, 2020 0