The Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority and Bank of America will launch a Financial Education Program in RRHA communities Wednesday. The program will begin at 2:30 p.m. in the Gilpin community, at the headquarters of Friends Association for Children at 1004 St. John Street.
This partnership will provide free, on-site financial education sessions to RRHA family and senior communities throughout Richmond, including after-school financial education sessions for youth.
Starting in July, the sessions will be held on a monthly basis throughout the year in RRHA communities. Sessions will cover a variety of topics including financial literacy, financial planning, the significance of saving, making healthy financial choices, credit counseling, and asset building.