Are you unsure of how to plan for your family's financial future?
Are you looking for a meaningful volunteer opportunity where you can make a difference in someone's life?
Then SAM is looking for you!
Tim Gomer, a Yale-New Haven Hospital employee, is a volunteer SAM budget coach.
SAM helps people achieve their financial goals through one-on-one sessions with trained volunteer budget coaches. Together, SAM participants and coaches work to build knowledge and change behaviors to help households achieve long-term economic success.
SAM is a free program offered by United Way of Greater New Haven, serving residents of Branford, Guilford, Madison or East Haven. There are no income restrictions to receive services, however the program is geared toward low- to middle- income households.
SAM is particularly helpful for households that have income but are challenged to live within their budgets or meet their financial goals (saving for college or a car or a home purchase).
For more information on SAM contact:
Jan McCray Price, Community Impact Manager, United Way of Greater New Haven, email@example.com, (203) 691-4216