Fiduciary- Empowering to Invest and Create Wealth
Bridging the Wealth Gap!
Your donation and support of our Fiduciary – Empowering to Invest and Create Wealth campaign will contribute to our goal of $1 Million Dollars of financial resources needed for program scholarships ($750,000 – Seven Hundred Fifty Thousand dollars), program capacity ($150,000 - One Hundred Fifty Thousand dollars) and organization operating capacity ($100,000 – One Hundred Thousand dollars) to service 300 youth and adult participants, with mentors, and staff in the “Financial Education and Asset Development” and “Wealth and Asset Management” programs during the 2018 – 2020 fiscal years.
Indicate level of donation or support:
_____ $ 100,000 or more Investment Management and Law Firms
_____ $ 25,000-$199,999 Financial Service and Business Firms
_____ $ 2,500-$24,999 Investment Professionals and Lawyers
_____ $ 1,000-$2,499 Financial Service and Business Professionals
_____ $ ______________ Other
Your support reflects your belief in the FEET
Center’s "Financial Education and Asset
Development program" and "Wealth and Asset Management Program", as sound
economic empowerment opportunities for youth and adults. Thanks to your generosity, the legacy of the
Financial Education and Economic Transformation Center will live on forever in
the youth and adult program participants whose lives are transformed.
FEET Center Receives Award for Financial Education Programs November 26, 2018
AURORA NONPROFIT RECEIVES AWARD
Association Recognizes Excellence in Financial Education
with Right on the Money Awards
Denver, Colorado, November 10, 2018 – The Financial
Education and Economic Transformation Center (FEET Center) of Aurora was
recognized with an award from Consumers United Association on Wednesday,
November 10 for providing excellent financial education programs for students,
adults and organizations.
The Financial Education and
recognized for the Financial Education
and Asset Development Program (FEAD) and the Wealth and Asset Management
Program (WAM). The FEAD program provides in-depth financial
education to high school students in several
online and through an after-school club.
The WAM program provides in-depth
wealth and asset management education online to individuals and organizations
for investing and wealth creation.
The FEET Center is one of several Colorado nonprofits receiving
recognition from Consumers United Association.
The organization received the Right
on the Money Award and a cash award of $3,000 for the programs.
Consumers United Association created the Right on the Money award in order to
recognize organizations, schools and individuals which are offering unique,
high-impact financial education programs serving niche populations. The three winning organizations were selected
from many nominations received. “The
is offering high school students something a chance to change their lives
before they ever even get started. Their
financial education program offers incentives for participants and it has a
long-term impact,” says Renée Beauregard, Executive Director for Consumers
Consumers United Association is a nonprofit consumer
membership association with a mission to improve the financial lives of
through financial education and advocacy.
The Right on the Money award
is a means by which the organization can help to foster the best financial
education programs in the community.
For additional information, please contact Renée Beauregard
at 303-400-3456 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional information, on the FEET Center please
contact David McConico at 303-903-4356 or by e-mail at email@example.com.