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Financial Social Work Donating Thousands of Financial Wellness Programs

Tuesday, June 30, 2020   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Valerie Arendt
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The Center for Financial Social Work is partnering with the National Association of Social Workers NC Chapter to donate 2,750 My Money Myself financial wellness program memberships, valued at $162,250.

Reeta Wolfsohn, the founder of Financial Social Work and CEO of the Center, has devoted over two decades to creating programs and materials to engage, empower, educate, motivate and support social workers and their clients in creating greater financial wellbeing.

To address the financial stress and problems caused by the “COVID Financial Crisis” and the social and economic injustice of systemic racism, Reeta felt the need to give back to her profession in a manner that would make a real difference in their lives and in the lives of their clients.

That is why the Center is offering each NASW Chapter 50 enrollments in the client program My Money Myself to distribute to their members as they deem appropriate. Chapters may schedule a call with Reeta Wolfsohn to receive their individual chapter codes.

My Money Myself is a twelve-month financial wellness program that provides around the clock financial knowledge, support, and motivation, a monthly virtual coaching group plus a private Facebook group. Financial Social Work is needed now more than ever!

Message from the Founder

Financial health is critical to social and economic justice. While systems are slow to change individuals may choose to change and by doing so, they are able to refute systemic racism.

We are making this donation because we know the focus on financial education, motivation, and support gained through our “My Money Myself” program will change the lives of all who take it.

The work of the Center for Financial Social Work empowers those experiencing financial stress and problems from the “COVID Financial Crisis” and lifetimes of economic injustice through a behavioral model which is heavily psychosocial.


Reeta Wolfsohn, CMSW
Center for Financial Social Work
Founder and CEO


NASW-NC members can contact Valerie Arendt for their My Money Myself free code.

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