United Way of Hunterdon County continues to provide financial wellness
programs so struggling neighbors can work toward becoming, and staying,
financially fit. On May 27, join in a free virtual budgeting
Lunch-n-Learn workshop from 12:30-1:30 p.m. Participants will receive
tips and tools for smart money management, including how to create a
budget you can really follow. Financial coaches will be on hand to
answer questions and provide a list of resources.
“When life seems out of control, understanding your finances and working
to build an emergency savings fund is a good way to take back some
control,” explains board member and volunteer financial coach, Becky
Testa. This event launches United Way’s virtual Thrive Financial
Fitness program that includes unlimited access to virtual coaching
sessions and tools and will soon offer a complete library of Financial
“The current environment may not allow for in-person meetings but that
doesn’t mean we can’t offer programming in different ways. In fact, it
is our obligation to continue to offer the community opportunities to
work toward improving their financial circumstances, especially during
such difficult times,” stresses Claire Spencer, Thrive Coach and
Financial Coaching Program Manager.
Thrive Financial Fitness is sponsored by Three Bridges Wealth Advisors.
To register for the workshop, contact firstname.lastname@example.org