Taking control of personal finances is a real challenge, especially for young people entering adulthood. This program prepares students and crown wards in our community to efficiently and effectively face their financial responsibilities by following the key pillars of financial independence. This is achieved by providing valuable information and solutions for common situations, such as budgeting, cost of living, banking and planning for the future. Participants increase their financial literacy skills and become more confident to overcome any potential future challenges.
Watch our presentation at the National Financial Literacy Conference
A huge THANK YOU to all of you for sharing your tools and resources at the ABLE Conference Learning Exchange. We so appreciate all of you taking the time to participate – it was one of the conference highlights! Caroline Munshaw - Prosper Canada
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We are committed to help all Canadians improve their financial literacy, especially young people. Because of that, we share all the resources we use during our seminars with you for free. By clicking the links below, you gain access to the materials and video tutorials. Use these resources for your own personal gain, or create your own Manage Your Money program and impact your community! All of our materials are AODA compliant, easy to use and printer friendly.
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+130 MYM graduates
Our program graduates have been given the knowledge needed to ensure a financially sound future.
+300 Volunteer Hours
Our volunteers give their best effort to produce relevant, informative and interactive lectures for our community. Their time and dedication is invaluable.
20 Dedicated Volunteers
Our volunteer staff is composed of a mix of students and experts in the financial industry. Together, they create a friendly, knowledgeable and inspiring environment.
Reputable Community Partners
We are proud to work with strong community presences such as Family and Children's Services of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, Correctional Service Canada and the Boys & Girls Club of Kingston.