Money Without Borders – the 2nd Annual Free Money Fair aimed to Latinos

91 percent of Hispanics wish more financial institutions would offer products with Hispanics in mind and 85 percent wish they had more information about saving and investing their money. The Yankelovich/Cheskin Hispanic Monitor 2002


Wilmington, DE – The Delaware Community Reinvestment Action Council, The Latin American Community Center, and Voices Without Borders are coordinating the second Money Fair Money Without Borders after a successful first event in 2007.

The objective of Money Without Borders is to educate the Latino community about their financial, fiscal options, access to capital, and entrepreneurship.

Money Without Borders has been an inclusive space where different organizations, institutions, banks, associations, and governmental institutions introduce their organizations to Latinos. It is also a space where organizations understand Latino’s particular financial, fiscal, and entrepreneurial needs. Participant organizations in 2007 asked to establish this fair as an annual event due to the increasing importance of the Latino community in Delaware.

The event includes fiscal and financial literacy classes that require pre-registration and opportunities geared towards the Latino small business owners at no cost to the participants.

• Where St. Paul’s School Cafeteria, corner of 3rd and Van Buren St., Wilmington, DE 19805

• When Saturday, October 11, 2008 from 12:00 – 5:00 pm

• Who Open to the public with heavy Latino participation

If you are interested in participating and having a table during the Money Without Borders Fair, please contact Rony Peralta at (302) 654-5024 for details. There are sponsorship opportunities available.