Wallet Wise Program
In order for affiliates to receive charitable contributions from Ally for Wallet Wise sessions conducted, the nonprofit organization affiliate must teach the Wallet Wise program to low-and moderate-income people in one of the cities listed in the document linked here.
Wallet Wise Mandatory Train the Trainer Webinar
All individuals interested in facilitating a Wallet Wise session must complete the following steps in the order stated:
- Attend a Train the Trainer session hosted by Ally Financial.
- Attend a LULAC Ethics training hosted by LULAC National.
- Pass the Wallet Wise Quiz with an 80% or higher.
Next Ethics Training Session: TBDIf you are interested in hosting a Wallet Wise session, please complete the interest form below:
What is Wallet Wise?
Ally Wallet Wise is a free financial education program created by Ally Financial that teaches consumers the basics of budgeting and credit, banking and investing, and financing a vehicle.
Perks of hosting a Wallet Wise session
Become a financial literacy navigator and help your community build a strong financial foundation so that they make better decision in the future.
Raise money for your council/organization, a $400 stipend is awarded for each session conducted.
How can your council/organization get involved?
Councils/Organizations will host and conduct a financial class on one of the four topics; credit, budgeting, banking and investing. The council/organization is provided the necessary training via a webinar and presentation materials. Each class must have at least 20 attendees in order for council/organization to receive $400 stipend.*
For more information on Wallet Wise contact Alexis Lasalle at PocketSmart@LULAC.org or (202) 833-6130.
*Funds for classes are on first come first serve basis. Only councils/organizations in pre-approved target cities are eligible for stipend.