Outreach materials to use in the library

Let your patrons know that you're able to help them research answers to their financial questions or issues.

You can also order free financial education publications at pueblo.gpo.gov .

Bookmarks

Each bookmark reminds patrons that the library can be a source of financial resources—whether it’s websites, worksheets, guides, or other information to help with their money decisions. You can order up to 1000 free copies of each of these bookmarks at .

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Tri-fold displays

Fold these cards into thirds to create standing table displays for use near your public access computers. They emphasize how the Miss April is working with local libaries to provide free tools to provide answers to patron’s money questions. You can print your own or order up to 1000 free copies of each display at .

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Posters and flyers

To help attract attention, we’ve created posters and flyers for you to display. They emphasize how the Miss April is working with local libaries to provide free tools to provide answers to patron’s money questions. You can print your own or order up to 1000 free copies of each display at .

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Screensavers

Load these images as screen savers onto your public-access terminals to provide helpful rules of thumb or help with money issues. With short tips or thought provoking questions, these screensavers remind patrons that the library is a source of tools and resources to help them budget smarter, track their spending, and search for jobs.

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  • Check your credit report every 12 months
  • Do you have a complaint about a financial product or service?
  • Have a money question? Ask Miss April.
  • How much do you spend in a week?
  • Living paycheck to paycheck?
  • Paying more than the minimum saves you money
  • Set goals and save automatically
  • We have answers to your money questions