St. Francis House, Wells Fargo collaborate on financial education


UNITS DAMAGED BY TORNADOES. AND HIGHLIGHTS FROM DAY ONE OF THE STANFORD INTERNATIONAL TOUR CHAMPIONS. STORM I THINK YOU FOR HAVING US IN. THE ST. FRANCIS HOUSE PROVIDES TRANSITIONAL HOUSING TO THEIR GUESTS. THEY ALSO HAVE NEW BUILDING GOING UP AND TODAY GUESTS HAD A CHANCE TO BUILD THEIR OWN FINANCIAL FUTURES. Reporter: WELLS FARGO EMPLOYEES PROVIDED FINANCIAL EDUCATION TONIGHT. THIS COMES IN ADDITION TO RECENT $150,000 GIFT TO THEIR CAMPAIGN FOR THE NEW BUILDING. SCOTT SCHULTZ IS AGHAST AND WORKS AS A CARPENTER AND TONIGHT HE TOOK IN THIS PRESENTATION ON FINANCE.>>IT IS ALWAYS GOOD TO SAVE MONEY IN CASE YOU DO HAVE AN EMERGENCY. IT IS GOOD TO THINK ARE NOT LEFT OUT IN THE DARK. I KNOW PEOPLE THAT ARE SHORT. Reporter: THIS IS THE FIRST CLASS OF THE ST. FRANCIS HOUSE.>>IN ADDITION TO PROVIDING FUNDING, IT IS IMPORTANT THAT WE DO STUFF IN THE PROBLEM SOLVING SPACE AND PROVIDING FINANCIAL EDUCATION IS THE FIRST PART OF THAT IN HELPING THIS GROUP ACHIEVE THAT. Reporter: THE MOST IMPORTANT THING HE LEARNED HIS AVAILABILITY. IS HELPFUL TO FIND OUT WHAT KIND OF GOALS YOU SHOULD HAVE. Reporter: FUTURE COLLABORATIONS ARE ON THE WAY. WE WOULD REALLY LIKE TO CONTINUE TO WORK WITH THEM IN THAT VOLUNTEERISM CAPACITY GOING BEYOND THE KITCHEN. WE’VE DONE THAT IN THE PAST AND HAD GROUPS OF VOLUNTEERS TO COME OUT AND SERVE. WE WANT TO GET INTO THAT PROBLEM SOLVING SPACE, AND I THINK OFFERING FINANCIAL EDUCATION IS A GOOD STEP IN THAT DIRECTION. SPOKE FOR A CLOSER LOOK, CHECK OUT A LINK WE ARE INCLUDING.

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