Financial Advancement Network (FAN) Clubs
Financial Advancement Network (FAN) Clubs are groups of 5-20 people who commit to meeting together on a regular basis to improve their money management habits, get their financial situations under control and go after their financial goals. The common bond may be place of employment, school, church or temple, an association or a social service agency. Each FAN Club consists of six sessions, conducted by an expert in topics such as saving for tuition, paying down debts, improving your credit score or implementing a balanced budget. FAN Clubs encourage members to speak up about their progress in reaching personal financial goals.
Once a group commits to hosting a FAN Club at a particular site, UAC trains the club hosts to start the club and recruit members. UAC continues to work closely with both the host and the club leaders (President and Vice President) to help make individual clubs a success. For more information contact Shante Antrom-Gowans, Program Manager, 215-851-1740 or firstname.lastname@example.org