One wonderful financial literacy guide

One wonderful financial literacy guide

I attended the 2018 ABLE Financial Empowerment Conference hosted every two years by Prosper Canada for organizations interested in financial empowerment for people who live on a low income.

I would like to share one of the wonderful resources I was introduced to at the conference.

One of the best tools I have seen in all my years of trying to manage money in a healthy way is First Nations Financial Fitness, Your Guide for Getting Healthy, Wealthy and Wise. It was produced by the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of BC. I encourage you to visit their website.

When I read the introduction I knew I had the right tool to share. The idea of “looking through the lenses of past, present and future” is in line with the financial teachings I have empowered myself with over the years. As you go through the guide keep reflecting and re-reading the introduction, so you can really appreciate what we can learn from the past, present and future.

I invite you to share your financial wisdom and experiences too.

— Christine Barker, Family and Community Literacy Coordinator

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