Does your organization offer financial literacy supports to low-income and vulnerable Canadians? Add your programs and services to the CCFL’s searchable online map and connect to the growing community of financial literacy practitioners.
A complete set of tools to enable your organization to measure, report on, and enhance the impact of your financial literacy education activities.
Innovative ways for you and your organization to build partnerships and bring financial literacy initiatives to your community.
Practical training in the delivery of personal finance programs to people living on low incomes.
The Canadian Centre for Financial Literacy (CCFL), is dedicated to supporting financial literacy capacity across Canada. As a division of Social and Enterprise Development Innovations (SEDI), the CCFL helps organizations serving low income Canadians by providing training, program support, evaluation tools and an online community for practitioners.
This website is a resource for financial literacy practitioners who strive to empower people to make more informed decisions about their money and to provide support to those who need help. Within this site, you will find a variety of tools, resources and reports to support the delivery of financial literacy to low income Canadians in your community.
The CCFL provides facilitator training focused on money management issues to front line staff at community organizations serving low income Canadians.
Access tools and resources to help you deliver a dynamic and successful financial literacy program in your community.
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SEDI is now Prosper Canada
While our mission remains the same – expanding economic opportunity for Canadians living in poverty through program and policy innovation – we believe our new identity better conveys the efforts we’re making to help more Canadians to prosper.
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