Financial Coaching Services
Posted by on August 05, 2013
We’re launching a new initiative to provide direct financial coaching services to transitioning veterans and economically vulnerable consumers. This will be the first consumer education and financial literacy program to be funded by the Civil Penalty Fund.
Over three years, it’s estimated that tens of thousands of consumers will be served by this project.
We will be hosting a conference on August 28th for vendors and potential subcontractors who are interested in being a part of this project.
Read the blog post to learn more:
See the draft solicitation for additional details and refer questions to Sarah Bainton Kahn at email@example.com.
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