San Diego Financial Literacy Center

What We Do

The San Diego Financial Literacy Center provides free financial services to the community through three core programs:




Boost For Our Heroes

Boost For Our Heroes is a financial assistance and education program that benefits military members and their families.


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Smart With Your Money

Smart With Your Money (S.W.Y.M) Provides complimentary financial literacy seminars to individuals, families, and organizations throughout San Diego County.

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Wave Of The Future

Wave of the Future is a program that teaches high school and college students about various financial topics, like avoiding debt and using credit properly.

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Education

The financial literacy of our constituents is enhanced through our complimentary and custom built educational seminars and workshops.

Collaboration

The key to success for the SDFLC is the collaboration with community, corporate, military, and educational partners throughout San Diego.

Outcomes

The SDFLC currently tracks constituents via survey, quarterly contacts, and regular touch points to ensure curriculum and education outreach.

Recent Blog Posts




» Spending Money on Others Can Lower Your Blood Pressure

We know many of you have visited our giving page and are ready for #GivingTuesday but if you needed another reason to donate we came across this article by Elizabeth Hopper originally posted on greatergood.berkeley.edu Many of us believe that the way to become happier and healthier is by spending money on ourselves. We put […]

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» 10 Tips to Having an Affordable, Yet Enjoyable Holiday Season

The holiday shopping season is here and people will flock to local malls and shops. Black Friday, as it is known, starts it all off and will be sure to have a wide array of great deals. Be careful though, your credit card balance can creep up on you even when you are bargain shopping! […]

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» Why More Millennials Need Credit Cards

This post was originally written by Jim Probasco and posted on investopedia.com You can view the original post here. A majority (63%) of Millennials have said “No” to credit cards, according to a survey commissioned by Bankrate and compiled by Princeton Survey Research Associates International. It included responses from 1,161 adults living in the continental […]

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