General Financial Education Programs
Washington organizations offering general financial education programs and assistance.
Contact the organization to learn more about their programs and others that may be in your area.
Washington State Department of Financial Institutions
The Washington State Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) is committed to helping put unbiased, sound and accurate information in the hands of Washington residents seeking financial education. DFI conducts regular financial education outreach events in communities and schools throughout the state.
Money Management International
Money Management International (MMI) is a nonprofit, full-service credit- counseling agency, providing confidential financial guidance and financial education.
Hopelink offers an integrated array of programs that enable King County families in crisis to make progress toward and achieve self-sufficiency.
Tacoma Goodwill offers free financial education courses to residents.
Lower Columbia CAP Financial Independence Center
Lower Columbia CAP’s Financial Independence Center is dedicated to helping Cowlitz county with their finances by offering educational programs and assistance.
Spokane Neighborhood Action Programs (SNAP)
SNAP offers free financial education classes to the community.
Washington Society of CPAs
The Washington Society of CPAs are active in supporting financial education. Member CPAs frequently give presentations to local community and school organizations.
Washington Asset Building Coalition
Your local asset building coalition has programs that help moderate and low-income families build, maintain and preserve financial assets through education and assistance programs.
Washington State Department of Retirement Systems
The Washington State Department of Retirement Systems educates Washington State employees about their retirement programs and options.