Did you know that 1 in 4 racialized families lives in poverty in Canada, compared to 1 in 20 non-racialized families? 41% of Chronically Poor immigrants have degrees. (“Chronically Poor” means living below the Low Income Cut-Off, LICO).
The Canadian Government has a 5-year National Financial Literacy Strategy with a mission to create a more accessible, inclusive and effective Financial Literacy ecosystem where every Canadian can build Financial Resilience in an increasingly digital world.
(Source: Financial Consumer Agency of Canada, and the Colour of Poverty Fact Sheet).
Join us for a 6-part seminar series on Building Financial Resilience & Sustainable Intergenerational Wealth. This is the introductory seminar, and the 6=part series will kick off in January 2023.
Join us for a Financial Literacy Workshop at the United Outreach Share Life Ministries – New Awakening of the Church; Cooperativism and the intersection of Family, Faith, Fellowship and Finance. The location: Unit 12 – 1179 Finch Avenue West, Toronto, Ontario, M3J 2G1 | Time: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm EST | Date: 10th of October, 2022
Whole Woman Network is happy to announce a collaboration with YNOT Toronto (Youth Now On Track), to deliver a 6-part workshop series on Financial Literacy and Economic Opportunities for Women and Youth.
The introductory workshop was held in August 2022, and the next workshop will be held on Septmember 12, 2022.
The theme for the workshop is:
UNDERSTANDING YOUR FINANCIAL ENVIRONMENT & HOW TO ACCESS CAPITAL.
The workshop will be held at:
CAMINE STEFANO COMMUNITY CENTRE (Unit 128 – 3100 Weston Road North York, Ontario, ON).
TIME: 5.30 pm to 7:00 pm EST
The program is FREE to the general public however participants are encouraged to register on the YNOT website.