Who is not getting the Economic Impact Payment?

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Fabiola Alfonso, YWCA Financial Education Specialist

Who is not getting the Economic Impact Payment?

Friday, May 22, 2020

by Fabiola Alfonso, YWCA Evanston/North Shore Financial Education Specialist The COVID 19 pandemic has reduced domestic violence survivors’ options of getting out of their abusive relationship. Contact with family members, access to social services, filing of orders of protection, going to shelters, computer access, and more are not easily available. When the Economic Impact Payments… Continue Reading Who is not getting the Economic Impact Payment?

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Equal Pay Day and COVID-19

Monday, April 6, 2020

by Julie McBratney, Director of Communications Last Monday was Equal Pay Day, a day it was admittedly hard to focus on this year amidst the upheaval of COVID-19. It’s hard for us to focus on anything other than getting the help and services needed to the most economically vulnerable among us. And that population is… Continue Reading Equal Pay Day and COVID-19

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A suggested action plan for your Economic Impact Payment

Friday, April 3, 2020

The following has been put together by our Women’s Economic Advancement team for participants in our Basic Money Management program. It also can be helpful for anyone who is low-to-moderate income. (updated April 3, 2020) Please note that financial information is constantly changing and doesn’t replace any financial advice that best serves your specific circumstances… Continue Reading A suggested action plan for your Economic Impact Payment

Fabiola Alfonso, YWCA Financial Education Specialist

“I need to see your receipts for everything.” Breaking free from financial abuse.

Friday, October 4, 2019

By Fabiola Alfonso, YWCA Financial Education Specialist Tracking your expenses is one of the ways you can have control of your money. As a financial educator, I tell my students that a budget is one of the most efficient tools for money management. You can control your money, allocate it efficiently, and reach your financial… Continue Reading “I need to see your receipts for everything.” Breaking free from financial abuse.

YW Culinary graduates 2019

YWCA Evanston/North Shore graduates first class from its new culinary program

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

On June 20, the lobby at YWCA Evanston/North Shore was filled with family members, YWCA staffers, and other well-wishers as members of YW Culinary’s first-ever graduating class received recognition and applause. YW Culinary is a new program created by YWCA Evanston/North Shore to prepare low- to moderate-income women for success in the food service industry,… Continue Reading YWCA Evanston/North Shore graduates first class from its new culinary program

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