Citizens gives Southwest Solutions $20K grant for financial literacy

April 17th, 2019
Citizens Bank provided a total of $120,000 to eight organizations in Michigan working to improve financial literacy in the community. From left to right: Karen Minghine-Hagenian, Director of Retail Banking Midwest at Citizens; Brad Coulter, Matrix Human Services; Joe Tasse, Southwest Solutions; Hector Hernandez, Southwest Solutions; Belinda Turner-DuBois, Great Lakes Women's Business Council; Marc Berke, Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan - GSSEM; Jennifer Champion, Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan; Richard Hampson, President of Citizens Bank Michigan; Wendy Strip, Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County; Angela Gabridge, Accounting Aid Society; Alysse Miller and Alyssa Strickland, Detroit Land Bank Authority.

Southwest Solutions is proud to be selected once again as a partner for Citizens Bank’s “Citizens Helping Citizens Manage Money” initiative during Financial Literacy Month.

Our $20,000 grant from Citizens this year will support our ProsperUS Detroit and financial literacy programs, helping to improve the credit, savings and budgeting skills of aspiring small business entrepreneurs.

Thank you Citizens for your strong and ongoing investment to help improve financial education in our community.

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