November 22, 2012
I have had the wonderful opportunity to attend the first financial literacy conference a few years ago and became 'hooked" on the life-changing experiences I have received as a result. I have learned so much about finances, budgeting, getting out of debt, savings, and credit repair, etc. I am so amazed that there is an organization that truly cares about the financial health of our community and works tirelessly to provide the tools to guide you to financial success. The program is administered through excellence under the leadership of Ronni Cohen and her talented staff. The volunteer instructors donate their valuable time to share their expertise at no cost to the students who attend the excellent classes presented throughout the year. I am advocate for this great program, telling people wherever I go about the DFLI and the Money school classes. My affliation with the agency, first as a student, then as a volunteer and advocate, has been life-changing. My knowledge has increased about finances; I have experienced more joy as a volunteer: my own personal self-esteem has improved through the support and confidence I have gained from the program. Additionally, I have met new friends and had very positive experiences through DFLI and the Delaware Money School. Wonderful job, well deserving of recognition. Meta McGhee
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