THE ONE LESS FOUNDATION
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5275 Germantown Ave. 2nd Fl Philadelphia PA 19144 USA
The One Less Foundation is dedicated to providing assistance, through financial education and one-on-one mentoring, to under-served individuals and families that allow them to gain the skills necessary to lift themselves out of poverty.
We created the Discovery Program which enables us to partner with schools and provide our youth mentoring services directly to students during school hours. We currently partner with three school and have three other schools on a waiting list.
under-served children and adults
Geographic areas served:
Philadelphia, PA USA
Financial Literacy & Capability for adults and students, Adult Life Coaching and Youth Mentoring. We also have programs that are taught in local schools as a regular class.
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I have volunteered with the One Less Foundation for a few months now and continue to be inspired every day by the amazing work of Ingrid Shepard, as well as every single client at the Philadelphia shelters that are served by her organization. The organization is truly breaking the mold of the traditional financial education model by representing beneficiaries as the strong and capable human beings that they are, instead of viewing them as victims of situations. TOLF represents more than just an educational initiative. Through the financial literacy program, people are taking control of their financial future, going back to school, finding new jobs, participating in life coaching training, and securing themselves a place with other successful members of society. The One Less Foundation has far exceeded my expectations of what a nonprofit can accomplish, and I stand behind all the work that Ingrid has done, and will continue to do for many years.
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