CLB Champions' Network
Education Savings Incentives Resource Page! will be an interactive space designed to enable communication and information sharing within the Canada Learning Bond (CLB) Champions' Network and with other community partners and stakeholders whose members play important roles in promoting the benefits of early savings for a child’s post-secondary education in RESP, particularly the Canada Learning Bond. If you are interested in becoming a CLB Champion or have questions about the program please contact the Canada Education Savings Program (CESP) .
Prosper Canada Learning Hub - a variety of resources to support practitioners, policy-makers, funders, and advocates working to advance the field of financial empowerment. Prosper Canada has collected and curated training materials, research reports, webinars and other resources oriented towards programs and research that build and support financial well-being.
Community Financial Counselling Services (CFCS) – a free, non-profit, United Way and Government of Manitoba funded agency providing counselling, education, and options for accessing resources, managing income, debt, and navigating the financial systems that affect your daily life. Call 1-888-573-2383.
SEED Winnipeg - Living on a low income? Access to Benefits (A to B) program at SEED Winnipeg helps individuals living on a low income to:
To book an appointment call SEED at 204-927-9945 in Winnipeg, or email email@example.com, or visit seedwinnipeg.ca.
Money Smart Manitoba - provides education programs about investing basics, child savings, women's programs, real estate, insurance and other information.
Manitoba Financial Literacy Resource - provides an inventory of existing financial literacy programs and services from various Manitoba government departments, agencies, and provincially funded community organizations.
Chartered Professional Accountants Manitoba - Financial Literacy Program provides information to help you find a chartered professional accountant to help you with your personal financial affairs.
Canada Money and Finances - Once you have your benefit return in hand, it's important to effectively manage your money. This Government of Canada resource includes information about your financial rights and responsibilities, budgeting, and saving.
Credit Counselling- a 211 Manitoba listing of credit counselling services in Manitoba. Manitobans can now also call 211 for information on services
Community Unemployed Help Centre - provides information and help with Employment Insurance (EI) or Employment and Income Assistance (EIA) problems. Call 204-942-6556 in Winnipeg (toll free 1-866-942-6556) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
MyMoneyCoach.ca and the Credit Counselling Society hosts free Online Money Management, Personal Budgeting and Credit Education Courses, Workshops & Webinars. Attend live, interactive online budgeting workshops for free from the convenience of your home computer. See Webinar Schedule.
Resources and Benefits