She Talks Money
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She Talks Money is a South African non-profit organisation that aims to educate and empower women of all ages, ethnicities and economic backgrounds on basic and advanced financial literacy. Our mission is to foster women’s economic inclusion, advancement and empowerment through financial support and development. She Talks Money aims to have year-round initiatives and programmes that include excursions, bootcamps, training, and workshops events that will culminate into the annual 2 day conference
All women between the ages 19 to 50+
Each programme and initiative speaks to different women at different stages of their lives. Programmes range from students to working women at an and every industry.
The Speaker Series
We host a series of events where a guest speaker will share their knowledge about saving, budgeting, expenses, retirement planning and anything financial.
School Holiday Bootcamp
A one-week bootcamp for university scholars. Interactive workshop presented using real-life case studies to get students thinking about real-life applications.
Small regional conferences across the country in the build up to the 2 day main conference that will see keynotes from industry experts and interactive financial workshops.
Full-day workshop creating an open space for working women to talk about their financial challenges and finding solutions for them.
What’s in it for our Partners?
Get in front of your target market
Boost the perceived brand image as a gender empowered brand
Reconnect and engage with women
Community involvement also sets you apart from other brands
The importance of our cause
Encouraging more responsible and informed decisionmaking not only benefits women as individuals, but it also boosts the prosperity and financial stability of the whole nation.
Financial education is as urgent as other types of education.
Healthy, financially stable economies are built largely on the savings of individuals. Strong national savings help to finance national development projects and reduce South Africa’s dependence on foreign investment.