LiSA Community Outreach

  • Posted by Debbie Gerlicher
  • On May 7, 2015
Building Relationships One Shoe at a Time On Apr. 25, LiSA Initiative volunteers distributed over 800 pairs of athletic shoes, more than 200 piggy banks and financial games, and countless lessons in budgeting and savings for free at the Roswell (GA) Day of Hope.  As a part of LiSA’s community outreach effort, the First Financial Security […]
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It Takes a Village

  • Posted by LiSA
  • On April 10, 2015
This is the sixth and final article in a series examining America’s growing Financial Literacy crisis and ways to combat it. The series’ goal is to drive awareness of the problem; encourage dialogue among diverse communities, corporate entities, and constituencies; and lead to the creation of educational opportunities and programs that can help people achieve […]
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Life Insurance: A Solid Financial Foundation

  • Posted by LiSA
  • On April 3, 2015
This is the fifth article in a six-part series examining America’s growing Financial Literacy crisis and ways to combat it. The series’ goal is to drive awareness of the problem; encourage dialogue among diverse communities, corporate entities, and constituencies; and lead to the creation of educational opportunities and programs that can help people achieve a […]
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Teach Your Children Well

  • Posted by LiSA
  • On March 20, 2015
This is the third article in a six-part series examining America’s growing Financial Literacy crisis and ways to combat it. The series’ goal is to drive awareness of the problem; encourage dialogue among diverse communities, corporate entities, and constituencies; and lead to the creation of educational opportunities and programs that can help people achieve a […]
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Financial Illiteracy: Drawing a Line in the Sand

  • Posted by LiSA
  • On February 27, 2015
This is the first article in a six-part series examining America’s growing Financial Literacy crisis and ways to combat it. The series’ goal is to drive awareness of the problem; encourage dialogue among diverse communities, corporate entities, and constituencies; and lead to the creation of educational opportunities and programs that can help people achieve a […]
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Article : Women and Financial Literacy

  • Posted by LiSA
  • On February 19, 2015
Financial Literacy: Today’s Hottest Topic Everywhere I look these days I seem to find articles about women and financial literacy. They’re available from a variety of sources, such as online blogs and newspapers to printed magazines and books. Maybe I’m seeing so much coverage of this issue since I’m laser-focused on the subject because of […]
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