Congressman John Carney gave remarks today at the launch of an initiative between the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the Delaware Division of Libraries, and the Delaware Financial Literacy Institute that will improve financial literacy in Delaware.
Governor Jack Markell has announced the availability of a fifth 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 was established to help Delawareans reach their financial potential through education on how to wisely budget, save, invest, […]
Nineteen Delaware nonprofit organizations will receive a total of $355,000 in grant money from the state’s Financial Literacy Education Fund (FLEF) to help improve the financial skills of Delawareans through education on how to budget, save, invest and plan for the future.
Twenty-two Delaware nonprofit organizations will receive a collective total of $452,605 in grant money to improve the well-being of Delawareans through financial literacy programs, announced Governor Jack Markell at an event today in Wilmington.
Governor Jack Markell continues his longstanding commitment to improving financial education by announcing a second round of grants available through the State’s Financial Literacy Education Fund (FLEF). Grant applications are due no later than February 17, 2012.