How to Be More Financially Literate
If you or someone you know needs help in finding a job opportunity or making a living wage, or what programs throughout the Hudson Valley are there to help, the United Way of Dutchess-Orange Region can help.
Together with representatives from Central Hudson, Dutchess Community Action Partnership, Dress for Success, Orange County Youth Bureau, the Earned Income Tax Program, Newburgh Ministry, as well as others, Mary Shaheen-Vice President of United Way in New York will lead a day designed to help and educate anyone looking to get on more stable financial ground.
Various topics will be discussed including United Way's ALICE program which stands for (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed). This project highlights families and individuals that in spite of working not one, but two to three jobs still cannot make ends meet.
United Way’s Creating Opportunity Together, a Community Conversation Around Financial Stability will take place at SUNY Orange’s Newburgh Campus at One Washington Center in Newburgh on Thursday, September 20 from 8:30 to 1:30 and admission is free and open to the public.
To get more information and to register, click here.