We believe that financial education leads to more knowledgeable members, more confident financial decisions, and stronger communities. No matter where you are in life, our free educational tools and resources help you plan for your goals, and achieve them.
Explore our financial workshops, and learn how to teach your class about money.
Save at School
Teach students how to successfully save for the things they need and want. Students bring their deposits on designated Save-at-School days and with each one, they watch their savings grow!
The team behind our MoneyStrong initiative is ready and willing to help your school maximize its resources.
Apply for a Scholarship
We’re committed to helping local students pursue their higher education goals. Explore our scholarship options.
Credit is a key part of adulthood. Learn how to work toward a healthy credit score.
Learn how to plan and pay for your education, with more aid and less debt.
Our student loans offer great rates and flexible repayment options. Learn how to apply for or refinance a student loan.
The employees are all friendly and very helpful in answering all your questions 😊.
Assistant Treasurer – Financial Education Officer
Kim oversees the team of Financial Education Specialists and ensures that the curriculum used is up to date and relevant. She also manages the Save-at-School Program, which is an incredible opportunity for school aged children to learn the valuable lesson of making saving a habit at a young age. Kim has been in the industry for more than 15 years and has been teaching financial education for fourteen years. She recognizes the importance of having strong financial skills and has dedicated her career to sharing her knowledge with the community.
Financial Education Specialist – 5-8 & Adult
Gratia has been employed in retail banking and residential lending for over 30 years. In her current role, she focuses on Grades 5 through 8, teaching the concepts of Needs vs. Wants, Goal Setting, Budgeting and more. She enjoys working with people of all ages, backgrounds, ability levels, and cultures. She draws on her knowledge to help people achieve financial security by instilling a sense of fiscal responsibility. Gratia is a devoted volunteer at many local organizations including Ironstone Farm’s Challenge Unlimited program.
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