Learn new skills to build a positive and sustainable quality of life
Since 2017, 197 participants have graduated from the Skagit Financial PEOPLE Project and 15 peer leaders have been trained to guide students on how to access responsible financial services.
Students from Skagit Habitat for Humanity, Skagit/Island Head Start, Community Action of Skagit County, Goodwill Mount Vernon Job Training and Education Center, Mount Vernon School District, Young Lives, Skagit Valley College, Anacortes Family Center, Skagit Housing Authority, Catholic Community Services, Skagit Gleaners, and Help Me Grow Skagit have graduated and received a Skagit Asset Building Coalition certificate.
Now YOU have the chance to gain transferable skills.
Learn the two stages of an FPP Peer Leader:
By United Way of Skagit County
FPP is made possible by funding from United Way of Skagit County and financial education instruction by Bank of the Pacific, Banner Bank, BECU, Columbia Bank, Junior Achievement, Key Bank, North Coast Credit Union, Opus Bank, People’s Bank, Primerica, Skagit Bank, U.S. Bank, Beneficial State Bank, and WaFd.