JFunds, a collaboration of the supportive financial resources in Pittsburgh’s Jewish community, recently received two grants to provide free individual financial coaching for the next three years. The grants were awarded by the Jewish Women’s Foundation and the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh’s COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund.
Appointments with the financial coach are free of charge and can focus on “whatever goals the client chooses, including credit score improvement, affording tuition, saving/investing, debt management, budgeting/spending plans, buying a home, student loan consolidation, credit card use best practices, and/or applying for public assistance programs,” according to JFunds officials.
Appointments are via Zoom and can be scheduled at JFundsPgh.org/financialcoaching. PJC
— Toby Tabachnick