Show Me the GOOD Money

Coconut Telegraph

SunTrust Foundation recently awarded a $10,000 grant to Goodwill Manasota to promote and expand the reach of existing financial literacy training for low to moderate-income workers and adolescents in the community. The grant will fund the creation of a mobile app, called Show Me the GOOD Money, which focuses on developing the skills needed to successfully manage personal finances and transition from poverty to economic independence. Through the app, which is slated to launch by January of 2018, Goodwill will focus on education in areas including checkbook 101, wealth accumulation and managing savings.

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