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Financial Literacy Month: If a Financial Coach Could Give One Piece of Advice

Each year in April, we recognize National Financial Literacy month and promote the importance of developing and maintaining smart money…

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St. Ambrose Celebrates Women’s History Month 2024

As we wrap up the month of March, it also means that this year’s Women’s History Month is coming to…

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Supporting Young People through a Journey of Hope

For the first time in a long time, Da’Mel is in a great place.   As a graduate of St.…

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Coming together to support and invest in legacy and older homeowners.

Ms. A heard about Housing Upgrades to Benefit Seniors (HUBS) through her church, and she decided it was time to…

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We envision everyone in our community with a place they are proud to call home.

Over 480 community members call a St. Ambrose rental property home. One of those community members is Ms. M, who…

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It’s the perfect time to build awareness of your personal finances.

Many of us never learned financial skills in school or at home. Not understanding your finances can make the prospect…

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When women and girls rise, their communities and their countries rise with them. – Michelle Obama

When Ms. J. was 22 years old, she had already overcome significant adversity. Following her high school graduation, Ms. J.…

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Tax Resources

AARP: Offers free state and federal tax preparation services. Customers can choose between in-person and remote tax assistance depending on…

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A Legacy of Black Leadership, Community-Building and History in Winter’s Lane

In Catonsville, just two miles from the Baltimore City line, is a community called Winter’s Lane. Here churches, businesses, and…

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It’s like a huge weight off my shoulders

Theresa had will preparation on her to-do list for a long time. An upcoming surgery made the task more urgent.…

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