Funders of EFLS (past and present) include:

  • Alberta Aboriginal Affairs & Northern Development
  • Alberta Capital Market Foundation
  • Alberta Employment & Immigration
  • Aspen Regional Health
  • ATB Financial
  • Canadian Women's Foundation
  • CIBC
  • City of Edmonton – Community Investment Operating Grant Program
  • The Co-operators
  • Creative Housing Solutions Canada
  • Edmonton Community Adult Learning Association (ECALA)
  • Edmonton Community Foundation
  • Edmonton Housing Trust Fund
  • Government of Alberta – Community Initiatives Program
  • Human Resources & Skills Development Canada
  • Indian and Northern Affairs Canada – Urban Aboriginal Strategy Program
  • Kristie Foundation
  • Minerva Foundation
  • RBC Foundation
  • Schizophrenia Society of Alberta
  • Status of Women Canada
  • Sun Life Financial
  • TD Canada Trust
  • TELUS Foundation
  • Union 52 Benevolent Society
  • United Way – Donor Designation Program
  • Wild Rose Foundation

"The course has helped me to curb my spending and to think about what I'm buying before I buy it. I've changed my habits and now want to get an RRSP."

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Aboriginal Project

EFLS sees that many within the Aboriginal community struggle greatly with money management and firmly believes that this can be improved with effective financial literacy courses that are tailored to their unique situation and background.

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