Angat Pilipinas Coalition for Financial Literacy is seeking projects and encouraging volunteer personal finance writers who have unpublished articles and essays to submit to us.
Articles embracing any aspect of personal finance are welcome, including financial literacy for tots and teens, personal finance subjects in school, insurance literacy for high school/college students, basic stock market investing, raising financially-smart children, budgeting, allowances, savings accounts, mutual funds, financing college, responsible borrowing, banking services, etc.
We are also accepting logo drafts and tagline suggestions for the coalition.
Book reviews of personal finance works are also solicited.
Notices of conferences, webinars, seminars, calls for papers, and similar advocacy announcements will be accepted.
For submission guidelines and other information, please contact Ann Angala-Shy at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +63 917 576 9198.
Angat Pilipinas Coalition is a global non-profit organization of active and former Overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and personal finance advocates who have bonded together as a support group to address issues, discuss concerns, and share knowledge with OFWs on entrepreneurship, investment, and financial literacy in order to contribute to poverty alleviation and improve the quality of life in the Philippines.
It also aims to share an interest in advancing financial literacy among Filipino youth and students. It is committed to bring financial education to schools and public learning institutions in the Philippines.
Angat Pilipinas Coalition for Financial Literacy envisions a nation by the year 2020 where 10,000 former OFWs and dependents are financially-independent, entrepreneurial, and investing in the Philippine capital market.
By 2050, being an OFW comes as a choice rather than a need.
It also envisions a nation where the youth and students are grounded on the basics of personal finance and are advocates of saving and investing for their future.
By 2020, personal finance subjects are included in the curricula and programs of all Philippine public and private schools as well as other learning institutions for out-of-school youth.
Its mission is to provide affordable and accessible information on how to save and invest their money wisely through education and workshops, interactive online forum, social media, life-coaching, and by bridging resources from other organizations to active and former OFWs and their families.
It also aims to improve the financial literacy programs of the Filipino students and youth by providing advocacy, research, standards and educational resources. It strives to prepare the Filipino youth to become successful financial decision makers.
It also aims to serve the best interest of its members and other stakeholders, and participate to the achievement of the nation’s economic objectives.
You may also join the beta site of OFW UsapangPiso Forum, Angat Pilipinas’ initiative for financial literacy of overseas Filipino workers and Filipinos living overseas.
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