When individuals feel a sense of hope--because they are given an opportunity to be an active part of our free enterprise system, make and save money, and take care of themselves and their family's needs--it is good for their communities as well.
There are many ways leaders can contribute to the financial empowerment of people in their community without spending a lot of money. These low-cost initiatives include creating a culture of financial consciousness and inclusion, providing mentor-based skills development programs, and offering workers access to a variety of financial management tools and learning opportunities. Here are some real-life businesses that are doing this.
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