We will invest the funds into producing our financial literacy content and programs!
Financial Empowerers teaches one of the most essential set of skills and knowledge that allows an individual to make informed and effective decisions with all of their financial resources, and we at financial empowerers do that by teaching financial literacy through music, a game show, a kids tv show, an Elearning curriculum & much more. With our variety of teaching methods, we will allow our viewers and customers to learn financial literacy in the comfort of their own home, in school or on the go nationwide in a seriously fun, entertaining way. And because Financial Empowerers is a nonprofit entity, we at Financial Empowerers will be hosting fundraisers and accepting donations to produce the content needed to engage our audience, which will create the data we at Financial Empowerers will need to prove that we are one of the best financial literacy teaching corporations nationwide.
Financial Empowerers delivers financial literacy content & curriculums in engaging ways that target low-income communities to utilize these skills to become financially free and create generational wealth. Financial literacy has been truly taught in low-income communities. Most financial literacy courses taught by other financial literacy teachers or curricula creators are either too complex, complicated or just not an accurate guide to financial freedom for low-income citizens. Financial Empowerers content & curriculums are easy to understand. They will be delivered on social media platforms and public networks, gaining viewers and partners who see the vision. Our programs are simple and easy to comprehend, which sets us apart from others.
Our mission is to stop 70% of the new generation of kids born in 2011 to the year 2050 from being deeply in debt by educating kids & parents on specific financial literacy techniques ahead of time without complicated programs and late obstacle mistakes being in their way!
End Game Vision:
Is to have an 85% drop in financial stress in lower-income neighborhood communities in America and strong unity between community members in lower-income neighborhood communities in America.