Pathways to Your Financial Destination - Saturdays
Saturday, November 12, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Are you ready to take control of your money? Sign up for Pathways to learn how to make your money work better for you, protect your finances, set financial goals and accomplish your financial dreams!
Also, if you want to own your own home, start a small business or get your college degree, come learn more about the Individual Development Account (IDA) program and how you can earn $3 for every $1 you save. That’s a 300% return on your investment!
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Parking is available in the Boner lots (behind the building and at 10th Street and Beville), and on the surrounding streets. We are on the busline as well.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Contact Carla James at 317-633-8210 ext. 2343 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
If you cannot attend the class for which you are scheduled, you may transfer it to the class scheduled for the following month. Please contact the organizer to do so.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
It would be helpful but you do not need to bring it.
Does completing this class mean I am registered for the IDA program?
No, although financial education is one component of the IDA program, taking the class does not register you for the IDA program, nor guarantee that you will be eligible. Additional steps are involved. If you have questions about the IDA application process, please contact us.
Why is there a payment processing fee?
Eventbrite is a convenient way to sign up. Eventbrite incurs costs associated with accepting online payments for this event. You are welcome to fill out a registration form available at the Boner Center and pay with a money order or check.
When & Where
John Boner Neighborhood Centers - Financial Foundations Department
John Boner Neighborhood Centers, a 501(c)3, was founded to serve Indianapolis’ Near Eastside residents. In 1971, neighborhood residents determined the need for a community center. With their help, John Boner and Dick Moore set up a card table and two folding chairs in an office on East 10th Street, and the Near Eastside Multi-Service Center was born. Throughout the years, our philosophy has inspired the creation of services and programs in response to the changing needs within our community. Before John Boner died in 1994, the Center’s name was changed to honor the leadership and vision for the neighborhood where John Boner lived and worked.
The energy, commitment and dedication of Center staff is the driving force behind our success and the unique opportunities offered to our neighbors. Through programs, services, and community development initiatives, staff help to inspire and support those who are committed to thriving towards an improved quality of life: Not just for themselves, but for the community they live.
We believe that neighborhood-driven efforts are essential in developing a healthy, thriving and vibrant community. We provide numerous tools for change and growth for our residents and community partners. Through our work, we inspire hope and foster change to improve the lives of those we serve.