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The Community Foundation for Financial Literacy, Inc.

2221 Peachtree St.  NE  D217

Atlanta Georgia  30309


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Our organization was created to help ensure that students and their families would become financially self-sufficient. We are a group of local professionals who believe that by strengthening families through education, we can strengthen our communities.

All of our initiatives focuses on ensuring that students and their parents are exposed to educational  opportunities and critical personal finance topics.  We believe that by helping families learn how to build assets, we are preparing them for future success.

We would love to have you associated with the work that we do.  Please contact us. We are always looking for local professionals from all backgrounds to help us spread the word of personal self-sufficiency.

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April 20, 2015   Each year we partner with TAG-ED to learn valuable lessons about interviewing, resume writing and completing applications. The goal is to instruct and inspire some of Atlanta’s sharpest students and prepare them for upcoming summer internships! This has been a great partnership and we look forward to doing more this upcoming year. Thanks TAG-Ed!

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During this past school year, the FAST Track students attended the NASP-Atlanta Institutional Investment Symposium event.  The event was held at the Commerce Club located at 191 Peachtree Street.  During the event, the winning team from the recent Case Study Challenge were present to introduce the mayor of Atlanta.

Great job TEAM #3!

FAST Track Students Meet Mayor Kasim Reed

FAST Track teams with Delta Airlines to show students career options in the airlines industry

May 18, 2015   During the spring semester, our FAST Track Program had a wonderful opportunity to visit Delta Airlines headquarter.  We got to experience several potential career options for students interested in many fields.

Thank you Delta Airlines for being one of our committed partners!!

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Westside Momentum

ATLANTA (June 19, 2015) – The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, in partnership with the Georgia Center for Nonprofits (GCN), has announced that The Community Foundation for Financial Literacy has been selected to take part in Westside Momentum, a three-year capacity building initiative of the Westside Neighborhood Prosperity Fund designed to increase the impact and sustainability of organizations based in Atlanta’s historic Castleberry Hill, English Avenue and Vine City neighborhoods.

RightPathTM is a suite of personal finance and career services targeting local families and youth. The programs and services are designed to promote proper use of traditional financial services, create a college-going culture and prepare for family self-sufficiency. RightPath focuses on empowering participants and families and equipping them with the necessary tools needed for upward mobility.

ATLANTA (Sept 1, 2015) – The Foundation embarks on its  Family Self-Sufficiency Initiative as part of the Westside Momentum Partnership. Through this initiative, using our RightPath model, the foundation will work with local families in the Westside area on family financial plans using professional coaches. Students will be exposed to STEM subjects at very early ages and school partners will receive direct support in developing key after-school initiatives that supports their students and families.

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Semester Challenge for Good is a “club competition concept” that pairs motivated high school students with industry-experts to solve a pressing issue or business problem.  Email us if you would like to get your school involved.

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The Community Foundation for Financial Literacy initiates a new STEM initiative

Get your school or organization involved with this year’s Money Smart Week activities.

Money Smart Week® is a public awareness campaign designed to help consumers better manage their personal finances. This is achieved through the collaboration and coordinated effort of hundreds of organizations across the country. Programming is offered to all demographics and income levels and covers all facets of personal finance. Partnering Organizations will host their events for next year April 23 - 30, 2016.        

Money Smart Week Activities

April 23 - 30, 2016


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