Councilman Kenyatta Johnson nominated Money Talks Edu's Founder, Crystal Evans and dozens of other women from the Philadelphia region for their incredible work in Philadelphia.
Over 100 Philadelphia residents voted on various resources they felt would be useful in the City of Philadelphia and surrounding communities.
Money Talks Edu received the most votes, which resulted in Money Talks Edu receiving a $1,000 seed grant from the Philadelphia Foundation and the Centennial Parkside CDC.
Money Talks Edu Personal Finance Crash Course empowers students with the fundamental concepts of personal finance. Through our free app powered by Thinkific, students learn to be financially responsible by mastering budgeting, credit management, and debt management.