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Mission: Delaware Financial Literacy Institute is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to help individuals—especially those of low to moderate income—become equipped with the tools to get their financial lives in order so that they can become self-sufficient and enjoy financial well-being over time.

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

1 Queon J.

Client Served

Rating: 5

The Money School has been a great partner and supporter of Summer J. Artisan Ice Pops LLC. and other small businesses. As they continually provide resources and learning work shops that are essential for personal and professional sucess.

Client Served

Rating: 4

I have had great learning experiences attending the money schools sessions . I have meet acquaintances and have had the opportunity to use what I learned after each session .The best class I like is budgeting , because one instructor stated if you write down every dime you spend you will be able to keep track of your out going money what worked for me was he stated do it just one day at a time my brain was able to wrap around this small concept lol.
Levine Coates

Client Served

Rating: 5

I sent my 9 year old to Chasing the Dream camp by DFLI and the Money school and she now has a profitable business at www.preciouspillows.net . It has pulled our family to gether to make a successful business and each of our 4 children work their new business. You have been a blessing to us and so many others. They also gave us the opportunity to go to Atlanta to an Entrepreneur Consortium that was incredible. Learning form the best... they are the kind of people I want influencing my children. Thanks for all you do!! Alyssa

Client Served

Rating: 5

I was struggling trying to find was to save money and make better money choices. This agency helped me not be afraid of money and take charge of my finances. I learned what triggers me to spend and ways to deal with that. How to invest my money. They have programs for small business education, divorce help and so much more when it comes to making you money work for you.