Delaware schools, nonprofits and community organizations are invited to apply for a new round of state grant funds to support financial literacy education for people from all walks of life.
A diverse group of Delaware nonprofit organizations will share in nearly $300,000 in grants from the state’s Financial Literacy Education Fund (FLEF) this year, supporting programs across the state to help Delawareans from all walks of life make better financial decisions for themselves and their families.
For the seventh consecutive year, grant funds for Delaware schools and nonprofits to promote financial literacy across the state are now available through the state’s Financial Literacy Education Fund (FLEF).
Governor Markell announced that 17 Delaware nonprofit organizations will receive a total of $204,000 in grant money from the state’s Financial Literacy Education Fund (FLEF). These grant funds will be used to teach adults and children throughout Delaware the importance of saving money, maintaining a budget, borrowing responsibly. To make this announcement, Governor Markell was […]
Governor Jack Markell has announced the availability of a sixth round of grants to promote financial and economic literacy among Delawareans of all ages through the state’s Financial Literacy Education Fund (FLEF). “The Financial Literacy Education Fund helps ensure Delawareans have access to support with budgeting for today, saving for tomorrow, and investing for the […]