April is Financial Literacy Awareness Month and Consumer Credit Counseling Services has two great events planned for the 2019 year
Free Teen Financial Roundtable - April 18th 6 - 8 p.m.
Financial Round table for teens ages 9th-12th is an event offered by Consumer Credit Counseling Services, a division of Lifelines Counseling Services.
This event will teach teens important life skills such as Money Management, Budgeting, Savings, Investments, Student Loans, and Identity theft. The event will begin with a roundtable discussion and then an open Q&A with our certified credit counselors and local representatives from financial institutions.
If you and your child would like to attend this event please RSVP by clicking here. This event is free so please note space is limited. Dinner will be provided. Once your response is received a confirmation email will be sent out confirming your spot.
For more information please call 251-602-0011.
Free Shred Event - April 5th 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Lifelines Counseling Services will host a free shredding opportunity on Friday, April 5th from 9 am-1 pm to help protect your identity by properly destroying sensitive or personal information. The event is first to come first serve, once the truck is full the event will be over.
At Consumer Credit Counseling Services, we want everyone to know the importance of protecting your financial information. Shredding documents that contain signatures, social security numbers, account numbers, medical or legal information is very important to protect your identity.
That's why we are partnering with Felder shredding to bring you a free opportunity to shred up to 2 banker boxes or bags of trash at our shred event.
Simply line up on Oak Circle Drive on Friday, April 5th and volunteers will unload your vehicle for you.
Felder services will have a truck on site to shred your documents.