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Financial Stability Initiative – Volunteer Opportunities | Tempe Community Council
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Financial Stability Initiative Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are vital in bringing financial education and tax preparation services to the community.  Tempe Community Council and its Financial Stability Initiative (FSI) program is grateful for the many partnerships who provide volunteers or financial support to bring services and education opportunities to the Tempe community for free.

Opportunities to volunteer within the Financial Stability Initiative include:

  • Tax Preparation Site
  • Financial Education

To learn more about becoming an FSI volunteer click here.

 

FSI Volunteer Resources

Kids Save Volunteer Orientation

Click the links below to view or download information for the Kids Save training:

Family Workshop Resources

Current participants: Below are links to downloadable excel worksheets. Please download and save to your personal files.

Click here for the PDF version of the Bank of America Student Financial Handbook.

Roadmap to Financial Stability – Collegiate Series

Click the links below to download worksheets for this course

With deep appreciation to Arizona Saves for helping us establish financial education as an important program of FSI and to the volunteer instructors from W.P. Carey School of Business at ASU, Bank of America and Merrill Lynch, Landings Credit Union (formerly Tempe Schools Credit Union), Wells Fargo Bank, Chase Bank, Newtown CDC, Tempe Community Council, Financial Planning Association in AZ and the community for delivering these workshops.
 
Generous Financial Support for FSI Provided By:
City of Tempe, Arizona Community Foundation, Boeing Employees Community Fund, Bank of America, Comerica Bank, Wells Fargo Bank and Valley of the Sun United Way