Getting Out of Debt — and Giving Back
In the Photo: Financial Mentoring clients Paul and Sinalak with their Mentor Rick Froehlich
We had a wonderful Mentoring Roundtable on October 4, 2018. It was a special session for our Financial Mentors and other Financial Literacy volunteers, as they had an opportunity to meet and receive training from our clients.
To show their gratitude, they joined us at the Mentoring Roundtable, and Paul and Sinalak gave our volunteers and staff a tutorial on using video conferencing to help mentors and clients meet even when they can’t meet in person. It will never replace one-on-one meetings, but it is a great tool for keeping the meetings going when it is harder to meet in person. It was a valuable discussion, and we’re grateful for their help.
Britepaths and FECSoCo are grateful to our grantors and supporters who are helping make it possible to provide the services described here. Paul and Sinalak are in a much better place now, and are so grateful. Thank you to Foundation for Financial Planning for funding our one-on-one Financial Literacy services, and thank you to United Way of the National Capital Area and Fairfax County for funding and partnering with us to support the Financial Empowerment Center at South County.
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