Financial Literacy Basics provides individuals, businesses, schools and organizations with custom financial literacy education curriculum. The company is a comprehensive resource for educators and business owners and offers professional insight from experienced financial experts on a variety of financial topics to help children, teens and adults.
Financial Literacy Basics develops, designs, sells and facilitates custom financial literacy curriculum and tutoring sessions. Our proprietary programs are designed specifically for children, teens and adults, with a wide range of learning opportunities and subject material available.
At Financial Literacy Basics, our expert team provides individuals with training and tools to navigate a complex financial world. And while other programs introduce quick fixes, we do things differently. After all, without a strong foundation, it is difficult to grow your money and understand how it can work for you in the future.
We provide a variety of financial literacy camp material and curriculum for kids and adults. Our week-long financial literacy programs operate year-round. Workplace development curriculums for clients or employees are designed and developed to meet the needs of your target audience. Financial literacy course material is also available for classroom instructors and teachers.
Financial Literacy Basics is committed to introducing both youth and adults to the financial fundamentals necessary to build on and grow. By providing tailored training and education to underserved communities, we offer the opportunity to retain and strengthen the financial basis of wealth in those communities.
Financial Literacy Basics is committed to:
· Delivering simple, targeted, easy to understand and effective financial literacy curriculum
· Introducing unexposed youth and adults to financial literacy basics
· Teaching some of life's most important lessons
· Recognizing and valuing our undeserved communities
· Educating the most vulnerable communities, including at-risk children and young adults
Iris M. Henry, is a former Vanguard broker and longtime resident of Philadelphia. She is also the Founder and President of Let’s See If We Can Help, Inc., a non-profit organization that provides tangled deed, property rights and estate planning assistance and workshops in Philadelphia. Since retiring from Vanguard Brokerage Services in 2012, Iris has devoted herself to Financial Literacy Basics and Let’s See If We Can Help, Inc. She attended Marygrove College in Detroit Michigan and University of Pennsylvania Wharton School, majoring in Business Administration. Over the years she has been a member of numerous organizations and volunteer opportunities such as The National Association of Market Developers, The Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz and Performing Arts, Urban Financial Services Coalition, Big Sisters of Philadelphia and Junior Achievement. She has journeyed solo to more than 40 countries across the globe, and is committed to bringing education, information and financial literacy to communities in need. She serves as an instructor, coach and financial education curriculum writer for 'Transformation to Recovery' nonprofit center in Philadelphia. Through her merger of experience, education, exposure and expertise, she brings with her unparalleled motivation, desire and commitment to the causes which Let’s See If We Can Help, Inc. and Financial Literacy Basics is concerned and committed.