Don’t miss United Way of Central Alabama’s Financial Education Workshops

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United Way of Central Alabama has developed multiple programs to increase financial stability within our community. Throughout the year, UWCA offers a series of free financial education workshops.

These special events cover everything from basic budgeting and identity theft prevention to home ownership and holiday planning. United Way partners with local financial experts who share their knowledge in these casual and engaging workshops.

Here are the Financial Workshops scheduled in August

Free Lunch and Learn Workshop:
Follow Your Money -presented by Wells Fargo
Tuesday, August 15, 2017

11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Location: United Way of Central Alabama – 3600 8th Avenue South
Birmingham, 35232

Learn how to track and set priorities for your spending.  Learn tips for living within your means and saving for future expenses

Register – HERE

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Free Homebuyer Workshop:
Get Ready for Home Ownership – by Wells Fargo
Lunch Included
Saturday, August 26, 2017
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Location: United Way of Central Alabama – 3600 8th Avenue South
Birmingham, 35232

Learn what you can really afford, how to get your finances in order, how to improve your credit score and more.  Hear from mortgage lenders and other experts to guide you through the home-buying process.

Note: Bring a copy of your credit report if you would like to review it with an expert.

Register – HERE  

Below are upcoming calendar financial education workshops from September to November.  Register HERE for each workshop

  • September 19 – Estate Planning is for Everyone, presented by Renasant Bank
  • September 23 – Homebuyer Workshop, presented by Renasant Bank
  • October 17 – Identity Theft Prevention, presented by BBVA
  • November 14 – Financial Clues to Avoid the Holiday Blues, presented by Regions Bank
Don’t miss these valuable workshops

Mark your calendars today.  Questions? For more information contact Judy Woods / or to register visit





Pat Byington
Pat Byington

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