In these tough economic times, our relationship with money–the way we spend it, save it, even think about it–has changed. In the process, this relationship may have become strained. Inner Economics wants to help you improve that relationship. Inner Economics is hosting two 1-day workshops on January 30th and February 26th that targets the current relationship you have with your money. This workshop is designed to help you gain awareness around this relationship and to create a foundation for positive, long-term change to your relationship. For more details, check out Inner Economic’s website.
Archive for November, 2009
Before fall is officially over and winter is upon us (in all its holiday-music-glory), be sure to check out the Oakland Youth Orchestra’s Fall Concert this Sunday, November 8th, at 3 PM at the Allen Temple Baptist Church. Admission is free, so why not check out some live classical music for a relaxing Sunday afternoon? For more details, visit their website.
The Women’s Initiative is hosting their Taste of Success event on Monday evening, November 9th, at the Claremont in Berkeley. This event will honor the 2009 Woman-Owned Business award winners and graduates entrepreneurs from the Women’s Initiative program. You’ll want to come to check out the goods and services these new women-owned businesses have to offer, as well as the food and drink! Click here for more details.
Juice for a just cause? Yes, please! OneCalifornia Foundation partner organization, the Wall Street Wizards, is having a tasty Jamba Juice fundraiser this week until Sunday, November 8th. Purchase any item(s) from any of the four participating Jamba Juices (Oakland City Center, Hegenberger, Emeryville, and Bayfair), bring the fundraiser flyer or mention the Wall Street Wizards, and 20% of your purchase will benefit this organization! You can download the flyer here. Please spread the word to all of your friends and family!
The Wall Street Wizards is a financial and capital markets literacy program designed to teach urban youth money management skills and expose them to jobs in the financial sector. The Wall Street Wizards program core focus in on the areas of money management, investing, math, economics, and the preparation for youth to make adult level financial decisions. For more information on this innovative program, check out their website. “If there was ever a time for our youth to begin learning about finances, it’s now!”