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Event DateTimeEventCounty
Monday
11/29/2021
10:30 AM
to
11:30 AM
NOTE Open to Members
Avoiding Scams and ID Theft
Virtual - Montco SAAC Norristown and Ambler
536 GEORGE ST.
NORRISTOWN, PA  19401
This presentation takes a look at ways people’s identities are stolen or compromised, what you can do if you find you have had your identity stolen, and how to stop theft from occurring. For additional information contact: Susan Edgren, Director of Health and Wellness, t: 610-275-1960 ext. 122
MONTGOMERY
Monday
11/29/2021
1:00 PM
to
2:00 PM
NOTE Open to Members
Popular Scams and How to Avoid Them
Philadelphia Senipr Center, Avenue of the Arts
509 S. BROAD STREET
PHILADELPHIA, PA  19147
Every day people are getting scammed out of THOUSANDS of dollars by so called “professionals” looking to separate them from their hard-earned money. This presentation introduces us to commonly used tactics, what to look for and how to avoid them. For additional information contact: Edwina Griggs at: PH: 215-546-8781 X1625
PHILADELPHIA
Wednesday
12/01/2021
12:00 PM
to
1:30 PM
Teaching Individuals with Disabilities about Personal Finance - Part 1
Online
PA Treasury, Department of Banking and Securities, and the Pennsylvania Assistive Technology Foundation will be presenting a two part series: Teaching Individuals with Disabilities about Personal Finance. Part One: Best Practices That Work – Expert Panel Shares Techniques.
DAUPHIN
Wednesday
12/01/2021
2:00 PM
to
3:00 PM
NOTE Open to Members of the Networking Group
Cybersecurity - Tips for Holiday Shopping
Virtual - Bucks County CareerLink
1260 VETERANS HWY
BRISTOL, PA  19007
Online shopping has become very popular. Criminals know this and are primed and ready to take advantage of our generosity. They’ve honed and perfected their skills with ways to gather your personal information, steal your identity and your hard-earned money. This presentation will provide tips for protecting your personal information while shopping safely online!
BUCKS
Wednesday
12/01/2021
6:00 PM
to
8:00 PM
$camJam
Mt Pocono VFW
119 VFW DR
TOBYHANNA, PA  
Learn about avoiding elder financial exploitation, holiday scams, protecting your assets, and play a fun game of Fraud BINGO! Guest presenters include representatives from the Pocono Mountain Regional Police Department, the PA Attorney General's Office. Refreshments will be served.
MONROE
Thursday
12/02/2021
11:30 AM
to
1:00 PM
Elder Investment Fraud and Financial Exploitation Prevention
Mt Pocono VFW
119 VFW DR
TOBYHANNA, PA  
This event is open to individuals that work with or interact with older adults. Elder Investment Fraud and Financial Exploitation is a $multi-BILLION a year problem in the United States. You'll learn about vulnerability factors, red flags of financial exploitation or abuse, and where to go to find help. Financial professionals will learn about potential allowances for reporting suspected exploitation or abuse as allowed by regulators. Don't miss this opportunity to learn about helping to protect the most vulnerable in our communities.
MONROE
Thursday
12/02/2021
1:00 PM
to
2:00 PM
NOTE Open to Members
Fraud BINGO
In-Person - Delaware-Chester chapter of PARSE
CHARLOTTE'S RESTAURANT, 3207 WEST CHESTER PIKE
NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA  19073
Fraud BINGO - is a fun and interactive presentation that teaches consumers how to protect themselves from investment fraud by playing a familiar game – BINGO! Every day people get “scammed” out of THOUSANDS of dollars. Many time’s it’s those who can least afford to lose the money!
DELAWARE
Thursday
12/02/2021
6:00 PM
to
7:00 PM
NOTE Open to Girl Scouts (Daisy, Brownie and Juniors).
Jif vs. Skippy: Making Good Money Choices
Zoom
350 HALE AVENUE
HARRISBURG, PA  17104
Daisies, Brownies, and Junior’s learn more about making good money choices! We will be discussing needs vs. wants, setting goals, creating a budget, saving money, and smart shopping. During this meeting, Girl Scouts will have the opportunity to work through the Making Choices (Daisy), Money Manager badge (Brownie), and Savvy Shopper badge (Junior).
DAUPHIN
Tuesday
12/07/2021
11:30 AM
to
1:00 PM
NOTE Open to Commonwealth Employees
Cybersecurity - Tips for Holiday Shopping
Virtual - PA Office of Administration
402 A FINANCE BUILDING, 613 NORTH STREET
HARRISBURG, PA  17120
Online shopping has become very popular. Criminals know this and are primed and ready to take advantage of our generosity. They’ve honed and perfected their skills with ways to gather your personal information, steal your identity and your hard-earned money. This presentation will provide tips for protecting your personal information while shopping safely online!
DAUPHIN
Thursday
12/09/2021
10:30 AM
to
11:30 AM
NOTE Open to Members
Fraud BINGO
In-Person - Lehighton Senior Center
243 SOUTH 8TH ST.
LEHIGHTON, PA  18235
Fraud BINGO - is a fun and interactive presentation that teaches consumers how to protect themselves from investment fraud by playing a familiar game – BINGO! Every day people get “scammed” out of THOUSANDS of dollars. Many time’s it’s those who can least afford to lose the money! For additional information contact: Anne Horrigan, Center Services Director, at: 610-824-7830 ext.227
CARBON
Thursday
12/09/2021
6:00 PM
to
7:00 PM
NOTE Open to Girl Scouts (Cadetts and Seniors).
How to Pay for that Malibu Beach House: Financing Your Goals and Dreams
Zoom
350 HALE AVENUE
HARRISBURG, PA  17104
Cadettes and Seniors learn how to finance their goals! We will be discussing goals for the future, figuring out our needs, and setting financial goals that support our dreams! During this meeting Girl Scouts will have the opportunity to work through the Financing My Dreams badge (Cadette) and Financing My Future badge (Senior).
DAUPHIN
Tuesday
12/14/2021
6:00 PM
to
7:00 PM
Fraud BINGO
Virtual - Cleve J. Fredricksen Library, Business & Career Center @ Fredricksen
100 N 19TH ST.
CAMP HILL, PA  17011
Fraud BINGO - is a fun and interactive presentation that teaches consumers how to protect themselves from investment fraud by playing a familiar game – BINGO! Every day people get “scammed” out of THOUSANDS of dollars. Many time’s it’s those who can least afford to lose the money! To register got to: https://www.cumberlandcountylibraries.org/events/_FRE. Then go to the "Events" tab and select "Fredricksen (Camp Hill)." Then select "Fraud BINGO" Select "Register Online" and then the time. For additional information contact: Judy Kenny - E-Mail: jkenny@cumberlandcountylibraries.org
CUMBERLAND
Wednesday
12/15/2021
12:00 PM
to
1:30 PM
Teaching Individuals with Disabilities about Personal Finance - Part 2
Online
PA Treasury, the Department of Banking and Securities, and the PA Assistive Technology Foundation present Teaching Individuals with Disabilities about Personal Finance. Part Two - Shared Experiences: What Worked for Us – Individuals and Their Experiences with Various Programs.
DAUPHIN
Thursday
12/16/2021
10:00 AM
to
11:00 AM
NOTE Open members of the Women's Veteran Center
Sticking to Holiday Spending Goals
Women's Veteran Center
259 N LAWRENCE ST
PHILADELPHIA, PA  19106
Learn about setting and keeping holiday and everyday spending plans! We will cover: *Differences between needs and wants *Setting "SMART" goals *Using a spending log *Creating and implementing a spending plan
PHILADELPHIA
Thursday
12/16/2021
11:30 AM
to
12:30 PM
Consumer Fraud Bingo
Nativity BVM Senior Center
3255 BELGRADE ST
PHILADELPHIA, PA  
Fraud Bingo is a fun and interactive presentation that teaches consumers about financial and investment related fraud by playing a familiar game: Bingo! Players learn how to detect investment fraud by identifying common “red flags”, becoming aware of local scams affecting their own city or town, and learning techniques to protect themselves from this financial abuse.
PHILADELPHIA
Thursday
12/16/2021
11:30 AM
to
1:00 PM
NOTE Open to Commonwealth Employees
Cybersecurity - Tips for Holiday Shopping
Virtual - PA Office of Administration
402 A FINANCE BUILDING, 613 NORTH STREET
HARRISBURG, PA  17120
Online shopping has become very popular. Criminals know this and are primed and ready to take advantage of our generosity. They’ve honed and perfected their skills with ways to gather your personal information, steal your identity and your hard-earned money. This presentation will provide tips for protecting your personal information while shopping safely online!
DAUPHIN
Thursday
12/16/2021
6:00 PM
to
7:00 PM
NOTE Open to Girl Scouts (Ambassadors).
Let’s take Charge! Understanding Your Credit
Zoom
350 HALE AVENUE
HARRISBURG, PA  17104
Ambassadors learn all about credit! We will be discussing what credit is, why it’s important, how to safely establish and use it and different types of credit! During this meeting Girl Scouts will have the opportunity to work through the Good Credit badge.
DAUPHIN
Tuesday
12/21/2021
7:00 PM
to
8:00 PM
Fraud BINGO
Virtual - Ephrata Public Library
550 SOUTH READING RD.
EPHRATA, PA  17522
Fraud BINGO - is a fun and interactive presentation that teaches consumers how to protect themselves from investment fraud by playing a familiar game – BINGO! Every day people get “scammed” out of THOUSANDS of dollars. Many time’s it’s those who can least afford to lose the money! On the calendar look for "Dollars and Sense with George Dillman" under date and time. Then hit "register."
LANCASTER
Wednesday
01/12/2022
12:00 PM
to
1:30 PM
Teaching Individuals with Disabilities about Personal Finance - Part 1
ZOOM
PA Treasury, PA Dept. of Banking and Securities, and the PA Assistive Technology Foundation bring you a two-part series on teaching individuals with disabilities about personal finance. Part 1 is a panel of experts discussing Best Practices.
Wednesday
01/26/2022
12:00 PM
to
1:30 PM
Teaching Individuals with Disabilities about Personal Finance - Part 2
Online
PA Treasury, PA Dept. of Banking and Securities, and the PA Assistive Technology Foundation bring you part 2 in a series on teaching individuals with disabilities about personal finance. Part 2 is hearing from people who have gone through various programs and what worked for them and their needs.