With a lot of good mood and a desire learn even more about how to manage personal finances, a second financial education training was held for the young people from the House of Opportunity programme of the Foundation for Social Change and Inclusion.
The series training are being held within the joint project of FSCI and Experian - “Adopt house”, which started in February last year.
In addition to the practical guidelines for managing personal finances, the global leader in providing information, analytical solutions and marketing services supports the young people with a mentoring program, tailored to the needs of young people grown up without parental care.
“We hope that this year we will be able to develop the idea of mentoring. It is extremely valuable for the young people to communicate with people that are not part of their “circle” of acquaintances, people who can support them on their way to achieving their goals”, says Teodora Koleva, Executive Director of the Foundation.
For the second consecutive year the company supports the social program of the foundation financially, providing partial coverage of the expenses of one of the family type homes “House of Opportunity” in Sofia, where the young people are accommodated.
You can find out more about the joint project of FSCI and Experian here.