The LIBRE Institute Completes Financial Literacy Month Event Series

Daniel Garza Press Releases

(Washington, D.C.) – Through the month of April – Financial Literacy Month – The LIBRE Institute held events in several states designed to promote financial literacy in the Hispanic community. These events educate Hispanics – and others – about personal budgeting skills that can help individuals and families build a more prosperous future. Our goal is to help Latinos understand the options they have and to help them take the steps that are right for themselves and their families.

To view photos of our events, click here

In Tucson The LIBRE Institute is hosting an ongoing “Paz Financiera” video series. The current series began on April 27, and will continue every Thursday until May 26.

In Denver, The LIBRE Institute hosted a “Surviving Student Loans” course to local residents on April 20, and will also offer a personal budgeting class in Denver on May 4.

On April 28 in Las Vegas, The LIBRE Institute co-hosted a financial literacy event with the local Chamber of Commerce.

North Carolina:
In Charlotte on April 27, The LIBRE Institute hosted Andrés Gutierrez, also known as “El Machete,” in “Rumbo a la Paz Financiera.”

In El Paso The LIBRE Institute hosts recurring financial literacy classes every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The series is currently scheduled to end during the month of May.

In Milwaukee on April 28, The LIBRE Institute hosted “Dinner on a Dime.” The workshop revolved around tricks and tips on how to better budget and plan meals in order to save money.

To view photos of our events, click here

For interviews with a representative of The LIBRE Initiative, please contact: Brian Faughnan, 202-805-1581 or Cristina Tuñón, 202-763-4429