FREE FINANCIAL LITERACY WORKSHOPS

SATURDAY, APRIL 23rd

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11670 Chito Samaniego, El Paso, TX 79936

Get Involved in Money Smart Week!

There are multiple ways you can become a part of Money Smart Week.
Participate, Become a Partner or Sponsor.

MONEY SMART WEEK GOALS

ABOUT US

Money Smart Week (MSW) is a public awareness campaign designed to help consumers better manage their personal finances. This is achieved through the collaboration and coordinated effort of organizations across the city and county including businesses, financial institutions, schools, not-for-profits, libraries, government agencies and the media. These groups come together once a year to stress the importance of financial literacy, inform consumers where they can get help, and provide free educational seminars and activities throughout MSW. Programming is offered to all demographics and income levels and covers all facets of personal finance from establishing a budget to first time home buying to estate planning.

HOW DID IT ALL GET STARTED?

Money Smart Week is being modeled on successful efforts in Chicago in 2002. The planning resulted in a week of financial seminars and educational activities. The El Paso Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas in partnership with banks, credit unions, community outreach groups, local organizations, and the media, are leading efforts in the El Paso County to offer free financial education seminars and activities during the annual campaign being held on April 23-30, 2016. The goal of this community wide effort is to help guide the people of El Paso on the path to economic independence through expansion of their knowledge of financial concepts and access to financial resources. This in turn will provide long-term solutions for the financial stability of both individuals and families.

GET INVOLVED

Be a part of Money Smart Week

You can build your own financial skills by attending events and activities in your area. With more resources and information, you can learn ways to better manage your money and apply available financial resources to your life.

Participate

You can help plan the next campaign, can help coordinate the annual Money Smart Kid essay/art project contest, or can help promote activities and events through media efforts. You can do so by participating in the Program, Media or Education Committees.

Become a Partner: Host or Present at an Event

You can help plan the next campaign, can help coordinate the annual Money Smart Kid essay/art project contest, or can help promote activities and events through media efforts. You can do so by participating in the Program, Media or Education Committees.

Become a Sponsor: Contribute to the Campaign

You can provide in kind and/or financial support to the campaign or specific events within the month. Offering support in this way can help increase the reach of the programs and activities held during the month and enable more area constituents to take advantage of the resources provided.

PARTNERS REVIEWS

"After hearing the presentation, I never really thought that I had all the tools available to start building my wealth.”

Juan Becerra

Attendee
"The Building Wealth presentation really changed my outlook on life—thanks!"

Irene Quintanilla

Attendee
“After learning how to make a budget, now I have money left over at the end of every month!"

Ruben Olvera

Attendee
"Today I learned that an investment in my financial education will always yield the best interest."

John Lopez

Attendee

90

PARTNERS

180

SESSIONS

3000+

LIVES TOUCHED

60+

VOLUNTEERS

OUR PARTNERS

Ascend Entrepreneurial Growth • Armed Forces Bank • BBVA Compass Bank • Burger King • Chase Bank • City Bank Texas • Consulado General de México • David Sublasky Head Start • Dorris Van Doren Library • Education Service Center – Region 19 Head Start Program • Elegant Penguin • El Paso Chapter of Credit Unions • El Paso Collaborative • El Paso Community College • El Paso Convention Center • El Paso Electric • El Paso Public Library • Escontrias Early Childhood Center • Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation • Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, El Paso Branch • Financial Women in Texas • First Convenience Bank • First Light Federal Credit Union • Friends of Consumer Freedom • Fort Bliss – Army Community Service • GECU • LiftFund • Memorial Park Library • Military Veteran Peer Network • One Source Federal Credit Union • Peter Piper Pizza • Pioneer Bank • Primerica Financial Services • Project Vida • Rocketwire • Rotary Club of West El Paso • Security Service Federal Credit Union • Sergio Troncoso El Paso Public Library • Small Business Development Center Network• Sparks Community Center• State Farm• Undergrads College Consulting & Tours, LLC• U.S. Small Business Administration• Socorro ISD Community Education Learning Center• Teachers Federal Credit Union • Telemundo • Texas Tuition Promise Fund & Texas Match the Promise Foundation • The Soto Law Firm • United Way of El Paso County • Uxer II Head Start • Wells Fargo Bank • WestStar Bank& bull; YISD Special Education • YWCA • Americas High School • Andress High School • Bel Air High School • Bowie High School • Burges High School • Canutillo High School • Cathedral High School • Chapin High School • Clint High School • Coronado High School • Del Valle High School • Desertaire Elementary • Dowell Elementary School • Eastlake High School • Fabens High School • Franklin High School • Immanuel Christian School • Lydia Patterson Institute • Mayfield High School • Mission Early College High School • Montwood High School • Northwest Early College High School • Options High School • O’shea Keleher Elementary • Parkland High School • Pebble Hills High School • Riverside High School • Robert R. Rojas Elementary • San Elizario High School • Ysleta Community Learning Center • Ysleta Head Start • HIFE College Planning • Americorps Financial Literacy Program • Austin High School •

MONEY SMART WEEK EL PASO

301 E Main
El Paso, Texas
79901

Email: info@moneysmartweekep.org

Web: www.moneysmartweekep.org

Money Smart Week

Money Smart Week (MSW) is a public awareness campaign designed to help consumers better manage their personal finances. This is achieved through the collaboration and coordinated effort of organizations across the city and county including businesses, financial institutions, schools, not-for-profits, libraries, government agencies and the media.

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