Corporate and Local Community Programmes
If you’re an organisation that is looking for a Financial Literacy Programme that will appeal to young women, we’d be pleased to help.
Would you like to give your female workforce the opportunity to learn about their Personal Finances?
We will spend time getting to know who we’re delivering our programme to and focus on the areas which will deliver the most impact. For some, it’s understanding how important pension contributions are and for others it’s getting their head around the breakdown on their payslip. We’ve experienced the same confusion and as well as practical guidance we also share our own finance tips.
The programme is tailored for each organisation to suit your schedule so whether it’s a half day workshop, evening event or 4 week series we can accommodate to you. We must say at this point that we’re not regulated to provide Financial Advice, but between an Accountant, an Economist and a Consultant we have curated a programme that sticks.
The learning continues thereafter through our online blog, independent events and social media channels. The majority of women that we’ve spoken to about our programme have asked why something hasn’t been done sooner?! To learn about a topic which is perceived as complex and stuffy, in a fun and comfortable environment is what makes us unique.
As a Social Enterprise, we’re motivated by the impact that we deliver to our local communities for those who need it the most.
We identify local townhalls, coffee shops and community/youth centres to deliver our programmes but if you are an organisation with a community interest that would like us to meet with your members, please do get in touch.
Would you like to know more about how to save more, effective ways to pay down debt or dreaming of your first home but no idea how to get there? Our Community Programme is similar to our mainstream programme but we focus more on bringing in volunteers to share their experiences with money and a collaborative style for our members to feel comfortable to ask any questions that they don’t understand about finance. We also focus on the Mental Wellbeing side of money management so that people know they’re not alone with any money issues.
We keep our costs low, if not free, as we re-invest the profits we make from our Corporate Programmes.
There are a number of misconceptions that can stem from Financial Services Industry and it’s only until you work or experience it first-hand that you realise it doesn’t need to be complex. We want to bring a Knowledge-Sharing opportunity to areas which are most underestimated to give as many people as possible the opportunity to realise their financial potential.
“The workshop was both insightful and inspiring. Not only did I learn a lot, but it was great to have someone who looks and sounds like me delivering this kind of information. It’s certainly stirred something up for me!” – Nicola Rae-Wickham
MoneyGirl is changing the perception of Personal Finance for young women, regardless of their background. If you'd like to support this Social Enterprise journey, please get in touch. We'd love to hear from you!