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Financial Literacy Mentor for survivors of domestic violence

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ORGANIZATION: Break the Silence against Domestic Violence

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BTSADV has a rewarding opportunity for financial professionals to mentor a survivor of domestic violence. This program helps survivors of domestic violence gain valuable financial insights and education. As a mentor, you will work for 6 weeks with a survivor of domestic violence, allowing them to build strong financial habits and independence. You will also be able to teach an hour-long class via zoom using Allstate's Purple Purse financial literacy pre-designed course.

There are three types of volunteer opportunities available for the Grants of Hope program:

  1. Teach a live class once a week for one hour about financial literacy (course work provided)
  2. Mentor a survivor for one hour, once a week for 6 weeks.
  3. Teach a live class (1 hour a week) and mentor a survivor (1 hour a week) for 6 weeks

The requirements for a financial literacy mentor are:

5 years of experience in the financial industry

2 hours a week of availability

Willing to have a continued relationship with the mentee after the 6-week course

Please apply at

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About Break the Silence against Domestic Violence


530 Communication Circle, Colorado Springs, CO 80905, US

Mission Statement

To provide community resources and support services to victims, survivors, and families affected by domestic violence.


About Break the Silence against Domestic Violence

Break the Silence against Domestic Violence is a national non-profit organization tirelessly working to combat domestic violence. By leading the conversation in speaking out against this issue, providing assistance for those affected by abuse through a nationwide network of chapters, coordinating national events and awareness campaigns, and fostering relationships with major news outlets such as Glamour Magazine, ESPN, and Investigation Discovery, Break the Silence against Domestic Violence provides hope and empowerment for all. For more information about the organization, visit our website at


Education & Literacy
Community, Education & Literacy, Women


Mon Oct 03, 2022 - Mon Nov 14, 2022


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Financial Literacy
  • Financial Planning
  • Budgeting
  • Financial Service Assistance
  • People Skills
  • Relationship Building




  • One to two hours a week

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