Quick facts

Service type: Financial Empowerment
Eligibility: Toronto residents living on low incomes and facing financial challenges
Delivery: In-person and/or by phone
Fee: Free
Program dates: Year-round

Program description

WoodGreen delivers free presentations to community groups, customizable to suit an organization’s needs and interests related to financial literacy.


Topics include:

  • Canada Learning Bond
  • Budgeting and Money Management
  • Debt and Credit Management
  • Banking and Financial Services
  • Income Tax, Benefits and Credits
  • Low-Income Retirement Planning
  • Consumer Awareness and Fraud
  • Power of Attorney for Property and Personal Care
  • Benefits, Supports and Tax Credits for Persons Living with Disabilities and their Caregivers


To request a workshop, please contact us with the following information:

  • Preferred date and time
  • Topic and preferred workshop duration
  • Delivery mode (currently online only)
  • Client demographics
  • Number of attendees
  • Accessibility needs
  • Language/translation needs
  • Outreach and promotion plans

How you can support

Every gift makes a lasting difference in our community


Ready to participate?


Please contact us to for more information.

Contact information

Financial Empowerment Program General Contact

(416) 645-6000 ext. 1330


815 Danforth Ave.
Toronto, ON
M4J 1L2


-United Way Greater Toronto’s Allan Slaight Seniors Fund

-The Sprott Foundation


-Prosper Canada – Ontario Financial Empowerment Champions project partner

-The Ontario Financial Empowerment Champions project is funded by the Government of Ontario






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