About Financial Literacy First

Community Involvement Matters

Our mission is to create a change in the economic responsibility of our community by providing financial classes through a blended learning business platform.  By facilitating classroom instruction which is complimented by online webinars our primary purpose is to reach young adults first.  Ultimately by accomplishing our mission Financial Literacy First will help lessen the dependency on Pawn Shops and Pay Day Loan establishments, reducing financial crimes, and improving the buying power of multiple generations.

Financial Literacy First has been delivering results since we opened in 2014. Our goal is to provide both a superior student/participant experience and tremendous value for interactive learning methods.

We are passionate about exceeding your expectations for understanding money management concepts and techniques.  Ultimately we seek to improve our society by reducing dependency on Pawn Shops and Pay Day Loan establishments while increasing the knowledge of budgeting, savings, and economic responsibility.  We seek to empower our society with greater financial tools.

As a Non-Profit organization we are specialists in Financial Literacy Classes for organizations, non-profits and companies.  As experienced teachers, trainers and instructors we are professionals with Business, Accounting & Tax backgrounds.  Though our primary market for classes is for the ages of 17-25 year old, we also provide more advanced classes for the more mature student.

We love our students/participants and welcome your feedback and suggestions. Use our Contact Us page to tell us what we’re doing right or what we can improve on.


Understanding The Problem

Financial Literacy First is a non-profit whose goal is to create economic empowerment.  Statistics show that 87% of all crimes are economic crimes in the United States.  These are motivated by the consciousness and the socio-economic conditions that individuals face as it pertains to having and maintaining sufficient money to support themselves and their families.


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Some of our teens after their Basics 101 financial class-budgeting, savings and understanding credit