Tidewater Gardens "Let's Get Ready Workshop Series"

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Join us at the Basilica of St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception, 232 Chapel St, Norfolk, for a workshop series aimed at getting you prepared for the upcoming changes taking place in Tidewater Gardens. Attend all three sessions and sign up for continuing Bank On classes for a $25 gift card.


Session One: Understanding Vouchers
January 22, 9 am - 11 am OR January 23, 6 pm - 8pm
  • Factors that could prevent a smooth move 
  • Understanding deposits, loans and moving options
  • Difference between Public Housing and Housing Choice Voucher Program

Session Two: How to Be Rent Ready!
January 29, 9 am - 11 am OR January 30, 6 pm - 8pm

  • Rights and responsibilities when renting
  • Feeling comfortable with your move
  • Addressing your moving fears
  • Fair Housing overview

Session Three: Tools to Reach Financial Freedom
February 12, 9 am - 11 am OR February 13, 6 pm - 8pm

  • Introduction to the Bank On Program


About Bank On:

Bank On Norfolk offers all of the education, support and encouragement you need to reach financial freedom. In this program, participants are encouraged to grow savings, reduce debt, increase income, build credit scores and protect their assets. In class you will learn strategies for overcoming paycheck to paycheck living and speedy ways to reduce debt and see your savings grow. Coaches are available to help you build a financial plan centered on your goals and dreams.

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