Grace Foundation

The strategic partnership between the Grace Foundation and NSBS will empower students, young people, and the vulnerable and marginalised members of society with financial mentoring to grow their financial independence and confidence and protect their future. Together, the two organisations will serve more people in need and offer practical life skills to empower them on their next stage in their life journey.

The partnership between the Grace Foundation and NSBS will open possibilities and doors that previously were closed to many vulnerable people who have been shunned, marginalised and isolated from society. Now they can plan and budget for a financial future that was previously never an option.

 

Grace Foundation offers safe shelter and holistic rehabilitation services to marginalised people including the homeless, single parents, children without parents, former prisoners and others who seek support for sustainable lifestyle change. 

 

The organisation provides key services in health, education, housing, life skills, fitness, bible studies, employment training and placement… and now financial literacy skills with NSBS mentors who will teach about money management, including budgeting, saving, digital banking, avoiding debt, and setting up for a healthy, stress-free financial future.

 

NSBS mentors will provide financial literacy knowledge and confidence through the BFC programme, or a total money management solution through the BFC-Plus programme which is specifically designed to assist vulnerable people in their journey to financial independence.

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