We want to make libraries the go-to source for financial education. We're working with libraries to provide websites, worksheets, guides, and other information to help with a consumer's money decisions.
Find answers to financial questions at the library
Let your patrons know that you're able to help them research answers to their financial questions or issues.
Help patrons make financial decisions with these tools
Order free government publications, worksheets, and brochures that you can distribute to patrons and use during your own financial education programs.
Online financial education tools
We’ve teamed up with other government agencies and nonprofit organizations to provide financial education websites and tools to help patrons make important money decisions.
Financial education training, ideas, and materials for your library
We have financial education program ideas you can use in your library, including suggestions for partners in your community who can lead or help spread the word about your efforts.
Download screen savers, web banners, share graphics, and more to show patrons that the library can be a helpful resource in their daily lives.
Check out our financial education training series for library staff. It covers how to discuss financial education topics with patrons.
Our community partnership guidebook for libraries will help you think through the process of building and documenting collaborations that work well for libraries, partners, and patrons.
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