EmpowHERto introduces a free financial literacy program for girls

The Toronto based NPO, EmpowHERto, has introduced the financial literacy program ‘Finance Finesse’ for young girls to help them create a financial acumen.

Online PR News – 08-June-2021 – Toronto, Ontario – The Toronto based non-profit organization, EmpowHERto, has introduced the financial literacy program ‘Finance Finesse’ for young girls to help them create a financial acumen. The program started on 1st June, recurring on Tuesdays, and targets girls between 14 and 21 years old.

Finance Finesse is one of the many programs that the NPO plans to launch to attain its objective of empowering young girls to be future leaders. The program focuses on specific modules to help the young girls in their enterprising endeavors, everyday money management, and the best practices of the job market. Initially, the program will focus on three modules i.e. Money Management 101, Entering the Job Market, and Investing 101. In this program, the girls will have the opportunity to learn and gain important money management skills to change negative financial habits and reach financial independence long term.

The program is being facilitated by Diana O. and Kyli Lane. Diana is a certified life skills coach with a passion for helping others and supporting women in reaching their highest potential. She has several years of experience in assisting women through life coaching and she creates content online to empower women to love themselves and propel them towards success and living a more fulfilling life. Kyli L. is a Chartered Professional Accountant who is enthusiastic about supporting women in both their personal and professional aspirations. Kyli has worked in the public accounting and private sector for many years. She currently works in external financial reporting for a Canadian publicly traded company in the luxury retail space.

“Growing up, no one ever taught me the importance of money management, I definitely had to learn the hard way as an adult. It’s fantastic to know my team and I are making a difference in these young girl’s lives.’’ shares Janeen Brown, Executive Director and Founder of EmpowHERto.
“Our young girls can accomplish long-term financial goals with this new program. Becoming financially literate helps to equip our young girls with knowledge and skills that allow them to strategically manage, save, and invest their money building our future young leaders of tomorrow.” adds Francesca Bartella, Director of Leadership & Development, EmpowHERto.

This is a non-ticketed virtual event and is free to attend for the targeted age group. Those interested are required to go to the EmpowHERto website and register online. https://empowherto.org/2021/02/19/finance-finesse/

EmpowHERto comprises dedicated staff and volunteers who help young womxn and girls reach their full potential as leaders. The non-profit’s events and programs encourage and support girls to become their best selves and provide them with the tools they need to succeed and influence positive systemic change.