Financial Literacy

Financial Literacy Program

With funds raised by the Financial Women’s Association and Volunteers from Franklin Templeton, DOT piloted our Financial Literacy Programme in March 2017. This programme is in line with our vision to empower DOT women to lead financially independent lives and by helping them develop a healthy relationship with money and acquire money-management skills.

Specially tailored to be interactive and thought-provoking, with case studies that are relatable to by DOT women, the program addresses and breaks down deep-seated mindsets and beliefs about money that hold women back from progressing in life. A series of 4 weekly workshops is followed by 3 to 6 months of support group to help women form good money habits and progress on their financial goals.

Donate to help more women access this program by indicating “Financial Lit” on your cheque or banking transfer.

 

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