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Stats 2018

In year 2018 Adult Life Training, Inc. provided 4,900 hours training to 980 attending Senior Aides, who earned 28 certificates in basic computer job skills.

in year 2018 Adult Life Training, Inc. provided 176 hours of training in Financial Literacy to 88 attending citizens, training them with the knowledge and tools they need to get and stay out of debt, have three to six months expenses saved in advance in their emergency fund, and invest for their children’s college and their own retirement expenses. These free public workshops were underwritten by a generous grant from the 3Rivers Federal Credit Union Foundation. 3Rivers is Here for you: here for good. If you’re ready to start a lifelong banking relationship with a local organization you can trust, then 3Rivers is for you. https://www.3riversfcu.org/

This represents an increase in persons trained from 571 in year 2017 to 1068 in year 2018, and from 2,318 hours in 2017 to 5,076 hours in 2018.

More details on Adult Life Training, Inc., it’s board members, and its social impact can be found on GuideStar at https://www.guidestar.org/profile/59-3782924

Tax information concerning Adult Life Training, Inc. can be freely accessed from the United States Treasury Department page at https://apps.irs.gov/app/eos/displayAll.do?dispatchMethod=displayAllInfo&Id=4905102&ein=593782924&country=US&deductibility=all&dispatchMethod=searchAll&isDescending=false&city=&ein1=&postDateFrom=&exemptTypeCode=al&submitName=Search&sortColumn=orgName&totalResults=1&names=Adult+life+Training+inc or Browse to www.irs.gov and POINT TO the large blue Charities & Nonprofits button at the top right of the page, then click the Item labeled “Tax Exempt Organization Search”. Enter “Adult Life Training Inc” to see all tax returns and data since year 2007.


Pecuniam nummulariis non carborundum

Our two running Financial Peace classes are moving right along! Everyone is getting a better handle on their own life and some financial freedom! The Monday evening class is on lesson #4 tonight and the SCSEP Senior Aide class is on lesson #5.

According to British Lexicographer Eric Partridge, the phrase “Illegitimi non carborundum” originated from British Intelligence early in World War 2 “Don’t let the bastards grind you down”. It’s supposedly pigeon Latin but it spoke to that generation.

To speak to our generation, one inundated by debt to bankster buddies, we need a new motto. Let’s use “Pecuniam nummulariis non carborundum”. I’ll let you look that one up. Our next class starts  March 5.


Senior Aides Program has openings now

SCSEP Senior Aides is a Federal Program part of the Farm Bill, like “Meals on Wheels”, that provides a job and pay to seniors while they learn job skills. Participants can be paid in this program for up to 4 years.

Qualifications:

1. Senior, 55 years or older

2. Low Income, less than $19,663 for family of two or $14,588 for a single person. Only 75% of any social security payments counts as income.

To Apply:

Anyone wanting to benefit from this program should contact program director Chris Smith at Catholic Charities, 915 South Clinton, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46802 260.422.5625 x286.