Financial Literacy Programs

Financial Literacy & Job Readiness Program at The Lutheran Church of Our Savior

So you want to be rich… but do you know how? Do you have what it takes?  Building wealth requires sacrifice and commitment and this program hosted by two successful young entrepreneurs can help you set and reach your goals.   From January 5 through March 22 this FREE three month long financial literacy and job readiness program designed for young people ages 17 -22 will be underway.  All supplies included, there are weekly gift card raffles, snacks and conversation provided. It’s the perfect time to blow up your socials showing you’re successful. Registration is limited to the first 30 people so act fast! Program runs every Sunday from 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. at The Lutheran Church of Our Savior, 26 Brunswick Boulevard. You can register via text at 716 368-8490 or email

University Councilmember Rasheed N.C. Wyatt presents Making Money Moves, Getting Your House in Order

On January 11 Various financial literacy classes that teach residents the basics of money management; budgeting, saving debt, investing, senior care, Wills and much more will be taking place during the Making Money Moves event. Sponsored in part by M&T Bank, Key Bank and Erie County Legislator April Baskin.  Free hot breakfast and giveaways. More info call 716 851-5165