In celebration of National Financial Literacy Month, CARE releases three new infographics highlighting each of its topic modules. The “Truth About Credit,” “Student Loans: Handle with Care,” and “Building a Money Habit” infographics cover the key concepts and takeaways from each CARE presentation. Similar to all CARE materials, these infographics can be used at no … Continue reading CARE Releases Three New Infographics for National Financial Literacy Month
“From the Executive Director’s Desk” is a monthly column written by CARE’s Executive Director, Anna Flores, about various Financial Literacy topics and CARE news. This month, Anna writes about the state of financial literacy. I’ve worked in the financial education field for over 15 years and, with a few notable exceptions, have yet to … Continue reading From The Executive Director’s Desk: The State of Financial Literacy: Are We Failing Our Youth?
Join Us: CARE Financial Literacy Celebration on April 20th CARE is holding a Financial Literacy Celebration at 5 P.M. on Friday, April 20th, during the American Bankruptcy Institute’s Annual Spring Meeting at the Marriott Marquis in Washington, D.C. The fundraising reception will highlight the progress that CARE has made in the past year and will … Continue reading March CARE Corner: Financial Literacy Celebration
Today, CARE Kentucky received press from both the local NBC and CBS affiliates about its’ annual financial education blitz. You can see both stories in full below: CBS-WLKY News Story NBC-WAVE News Story CARE Kentucky has been giving presentations statewide since 2006 in partnership with the Kentucky Bar Foundation and Louisville Bar Association’s Bankruptcy Section. … Continue reading CARE in the Press: CARE Kentucky’s Annual Financial Education Blitz
“From the Executive Director’s Desk” is a monthly column written by CARE’s Executive Director, Anna Flores, about various Financial Literacy topics and CARE news. This month, Anna writes about trauma-informed financial education. I recently read an interesting article in Charlotte Magazine and learned a new term, “Trauma-Informed Financial Education.” While others in the financial … Continue reading From the Executive Director’s Desk: Trauma-Informed Financial Education
New Way to Volunteer: Join A CARE Board Committee If you are interested in a different way to volunteer for CARE, consider serving on one of its board committees. The key committees where help is needed: Development, Education and Outreach, and Technology and Innovation. The Development Committee works to advance CARE’s mission by helping the … Continue reading February CARE Corner: Join a Board Committee