Financial literacy is a critical skill in avoiding debt, building personal savings, and creating a brighter future for your family. The Financial Literacy Program helps people take steps toward self-sufficiency through classes and training on budgeting, financial education, and making better use of their earnings.
Bridges Community Action Partnership is proud to offer the Individual Development Account (IDA) program, a matched savings program that assists eligible low-income individuals purchase homes, small businesses, and college tuition. To learn more about IDA accounts, click here.
Right On The Money
By teaching children how to save and manage money early in their lives, you can help them thrive in adulthood. Right On The Money is a financial education program that that introduces children to key financial concepts in a fun and engaging way. To learn more about Right On The Money, click here.
How Do I Apply?
To find out if you’re eligible and to start the application process, please schedule an appointment.
If you have any questions about eligibility requirements or services provided, please contact us.