Your Financial Contribution Brings Valuable Training To Your Community
We teach free of charge, but we do incur expenses. Some class materials best suited to particular client groups must be purchased and your financial contribution allows us to buy these training materials. We also participate in community events that require monetary support, such as Financial Fitness Greater Austin; your financial donations will help with these expenses.
Some employers will match donations. Please check to see if matching funding is available.
Our tax ID (TIN) is 34-2018800.
FLCCT’s Annual Reports
Learn more about the organization from our annual reports.
FLCCT 2016 annual report.
FLCCT 2015 annual report
Prefer to send a check?
Send a check made out to “FLCCT, Inc”
To The Financial Literacy Coalition
1600 B Smith Road
Austin, Texas 78721
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Support FLCCT While Grocery Shopping!
Donate to FLCCT by participating in the Randall’s Good Neighbor Program. Link FLCCT’s Good Neighbor number #12971 to your Remarkable card by visiting your local Randall’s and setting up or changing your account. Each time you purchase groceries, Randall’s will donate 1% of your purchase to FLCCT. To learn more, or to link your card online, visit the Good Neighbor Program here.
Contribute In-Kind Donations
We are grateful to receive in-kind donations. We are looking for classroom space to hold our Train-the-Trainer classes. We currently need computer projectors. Publicity support of any kind is always needed and appreciated. Supporting our training or community outreach events with catering donations greatly contributes to an event’s success. Please consider donating to the Financial Literacy Coalition of Central Texas.