Upcoming events

    • 02 Apr 2015
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Baltimore City

    Join your local Community Action Center to learn about financial literacy and planning. 

    • household budgeting
    • debt relief
    • how to read your credit report
    • banking 
    • credit and debit cards
    • how to save money and develop a savings plan
    • prioritizing your bills

    Classes held at all Centers every Thursday, 
    Feb. 12-April 2, 2015
    5:30-7:30 PM

    Community Action Centers
    Northern- 5225 York Rd.
    Northwest- 3939 Reisterstown Rd.
    Southern- 606 Cherry Hill Rd.
    Southeast- 3411 Bank St.
    Eastern- 1400 E. Federal

    • 09 Apr 2015
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Harford Community College, LIBRARY- CONFERENCE ROOM 214, 401 Thomas Run Road Bel Air, MD 21015

    The Financial Aid Office at Harford Community College is committed to helping you feel financially empowered! With assistance from APG Federal Credit Union, we’re offering a series of FREE workshops on the important financial topics listed below. The workshops will be held multiple times over a six-week period during the spring 2015 semester. You may pick the topics that most interest you, but we strongly suggest you attend as many as possible.

    Week 5: Check It Out

    Choose and keep a checking account.

    Students are encouraged to download materials prior to attending workshop sessions:

    To register, call 410-612-2361 or email

    • 06 May 2015
    • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • 610 E. Diamond Avenue, Suite 100 Gaithersburg, MD 20877
    • 25
    Description: This class explores  financial institutions  (such as banks and credit unions), their products and ways to save money when you are managing your bank accounts.

    This course will help you understand:
    - The benefits of having an account with a financial institution
    - What type of services/accounts are available to you
    - How to choose a financial institution, and
    - How to manage your accounts.

    This class is provided by Family Services, Inc.

    A Spanish translator will be available during this presentation.

    One hundred years ago a group of caring community members came together to help those who were most in need. This particular group called themselves the Social Services League, and established their tradition of "Neighbors Helping Neighbors."

    In 1959, the organization's name was changed to Family Services Agency. To meet the needs of the ever-changing Montgomery County population, Family Services has expanded and now houses 14 different programs! Today, Family Services is still committed to making a long-lasting impact on families.Through its innovative early childhood, educational, and behavioral health programs, Family Services makes a difference in the community.

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