Elizabeth Freeman Center's financial independence series for people impacted by domestic or sexual violence will be offering two new series starting the last week in April.
"Money School" is a five week series for survivors that offers financial workshops, income resources, one-on-one financial coaches from local banks, and more.
The series will be held Tuesdays, April 26 to May 24, in Great Barrington, and Thursdays, April 28 to May 26, in Pittsfield. All workshops meet from 5 to 8 p.m.
A $125 stipend will be offered, as well as free dinner, child care, one-on-one financial coaching from local banks, networking with other resource providers, and ongoing support.
To register, contact Donna at the Freeman Center, 413-499-2425, ext. 613, or firstname.lastname@example.org.