Envision Credit Union introduces new financial education series

Free workshops will cover a variety of topics to help individuals achieve financial success

TALLAHASSEE, FL (February 8, 2019) — Envision Credit Union (Envision) recently announced they will be offering a series of free Financial Education workshops to help members of the community accomplish their yearlong financial goals. The credit union is offering online webinars and in-person workshops for anyone across North Florida and South Georgia, with topics covering a variety of financial concepts such as home buying, auto buying, building credit and saving. Attendees of the workshops can expect engaging content with videos, worksheets and take home tools to ensure they are set up for success in 2019.

“We understand how difficult it can be to wrap your head around every financial concept out there,” said Kelli Water, Community Development Manager of Envision Credit Union. “That is why our team is committed to providing free workshops that are open to anyone in the community and provide the tools and resources needed to make the best financial decisions. This new Financial Education program is just another way for us to not only teach about a wide array of money concepts, but to equip individuals with practical tools to help them accomplish their unique financial goals.”

In an effort to raise community awareness about Envision’s free workshops, they welcome requests to host financial education classes for groups of all ages with customizable content to cater to the needs of any group. For more information about Envision’s new Financial Education program or the credit union’s other resources and tools, please visit or call 850-942-9000.

About Envision Credit Union

Founded in 1954 by Leon County educators, Envision Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial  institution focused on providing personalized products and services of exceptional value to  members at the lowest possible cost. Today, Envision serves more than 63,000 members  across 19 counties in Florida and Georgia. With nearly $809 million in current assets, it  maintains a strong focus on giving back to education-based initiatives and upholding the credit  union philosophy of people helping people.


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