Community Events

Youth-Events-Y-Fi-for-middle-and-high-school-studentsMakingChange Hosts Financial Wellness Events

MakingChange hosts a variety of financial wellness events throughout the year, like the annual Money Matters Fair held in early spring.

Last year, the Money Matters Fair, sponsored by BGE, attracted more than 250 attendees who came to learn about issues such as living within your means, college funding options, preparing for retirement and caring for aging parents. Workshops, financial planning sessions, tax preparation and a “credit café” where participants could obtain a credit report were featured. Pro bono financial planners were available for consultation.

The event provided activities for children ages 12-18 and their parents included the popular Y-Fi (Youth Finance) interactive financial simulation designed to show how career, education and spending choices impact success.

Look below for information about upcoming MakingChange events.

 

 

 

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The 2015 Money Matters Fair Presenting Platinum Sponsor.

 

Upcoming Events


  • July 28, 2018
    11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Does investing seem like alphabet soup? Do you know the difference between an ETF and a MF, or a MMF from a CD? Are you risk averse and worried about losing money? Roy Yenoli of MakingChange presents an overview of the basics of investing at the Ragamuffins Coffee Shop in Laurel, Maryland. Continue Reading


  • August 1, 2018
    7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Do you know what is in your credit report and should you care? What about your credit score — how is it derived how does it impact your financial situation? How important is your credit anyway and is it necessary? Roy Yenoli of MakingChange discusses these issues and more.   Continue Reading


  • August 7, 2018
    7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Does investing seem like alphabet soup? Do you know the difference between an ETF and a MF, or a MMF from a CD? Are you risk averse and worried about losing money? Roy Yenoli of MakingChange presents an overview of the basics of investing at the Elkridge Branch of the Howard County Library. Continue Reading