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Event DateTimeEventCounty
Tuesday
05/17/2022
10:00 AM
to
11:00 AM
NOTE Open to Members
Fraud BINGO
In-Person - Branch Creek Place
115 NORTH FAYETTE STREET
SHIPPENSBURG, PA  17257
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: Diana Nazario, Director, at:717-300-3563.
CUMBERLAND
Tuesday
05/17/2022
6:30 PM
to
7:30 PM
NOTE Open to partnership members
Avoiding Frauds and Scams
WebEx Nurse Family Partnership - of Lehigh Valley Hospital - Pocono
Avoiding Scams and Identity Theft examines how 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. We review common scams and frauds and discuss what you should do if presented with a financial offer that seem “too good to be true.”
MONROE
Wednesday
05/18/2022
12:00 PM
to
2:00 PM
Fraud BINGO
Findlay Activity Center
310 MAIN ST
IMPERIAL, PA  
Fraud Bingo is a fun and interactive presentation that provides senior citizens with tools to identify and avoid financial scams. Materials include bingo sheets, brochures and giveaways to winners. Lunch is served at noon and the game will begin at 1:00pm.
ALLEGHENY
Wednesday
05/18/2022
2:00 PM
to
3:00 PM
NOTE Open to Members
Cybersecurity - Tips for Online Shopping
Virtual - NARFE Chapter 0664
PHILADELPHIA CENTER SQUARE
PHILADELPHIA, PA  19106
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!
PHILADELPHIA
Thursday
05/19/2022
1:00 PM
to
2:00 PM
NOTE Open to Members
Fraud BINGO
In-Person - Lackawanna and Wyoming Chapter of PARSE, Perkins Restaurant & Bakery
1130 RAVINE ST,
SCRANTON, PA  18508
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!
LACKAWANNA
Tuesday
05/24/2022
12:00 PM
to
1:00 PM
Spending Plans – A Roadmap to Financial Success
Virtual - Cleve J. Fredricksen Library, Business & Career Center @ Fredricksen
100 N 19TH ST.
CAMP HILL, PA  17011
This presentation focuses on the need for a spending plan so that people can achieve their financial goals. We discuss the differences between wants and needs; setting SMART goals; creating a spending plan; putting the plan into action; as well as periodically reviewing goals and spending plans in order to ensure that you can stay on track. To register go to: https://www.cumberlandcountylibraries.org/FRE then "Events" at "Fredricksen (Camp Hill)."Go to date, "click" title then "Register Online." For additional information contact: Judy Kenny, BCC Manager, at: jkenny@cumberlandcountylibraries.org
CUMBERLAND
Wednesday
05/25/2022
4:00 PM
to
5:00 PM
NOTE This event is for YAP staff.
Scam and ID Theft Prevention through Online Safety
Youth Advocate Programs Inc. via ZOOM
2007 N. 3RD STREET
HARRISBURG, PA  17102
This event will detail how to keep yourself safe online, what to do if you become a victim of scams or identity theft and other cybersecurity tips.
DAUPHIN
Wednesday
05/25/2022
6:30 PM
to
7:30 PM
Popular Scams and How to Avoid Them
Virtual - Pike County Public Library
119 E. HARFORD ST.
MILFORD, PA  18337
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. E-Mail Michael Mele at: michael@pcpl.org to register and for Zoom Link
PIKE
Wednesday
05/25/2022
7:00 PM
to
8:00 PM
NOTE open to invited tax collectors
Senior$afe for Tax Collectors
1150 MORGAN VILLAGE RD
MEADVILLE, PA  
Senior$afe is a training program for financial professionals to recognize and report financial abuse targeting their clients, especially those suffering from cognitive impairment. This session is customized for tax collectors throughout Crawford and surrounding counties
CRAWFORD
Thursday
05/26/2022
1:00 PM
to
2:00 PM
Spending Plans – A Roadmap to Financial Success
Virtual - PA CareerLink® Lancaster County
1046 MANHEIM PIKE
LANCASTER, PA  17601
This presentation focuses on the need for a spending plan so that people can achieve their financial goals. We discuss the differences between wants and needs; setting SMART goals; creating a spending plan; putting the plan into action; as well as periodically reviewing goals and spending plans in order to ensure that you can stay on track. For additional information contact: Manuel Luna-Murray, Bilingual Job Search Facilitator, Phone: (717) 925-7394.
LANCASTER
Thursday
05/26/2022
7:00 PM
to
8:00 PM
Popular Scams and How to Avoid Them
Virtual - Erie Gay News and The Mayor’s LGBTQIA+ Council
1115 W 7TH ST.
ERIE, PA  16502
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: Michael Kenton Mahler, Erie Gay News at: info@eriegaynews.com
ERIE
Tuesday
05/31/2022
6:30 PM
to
7:30 PM
NOTE Open to partnership members
Congratulations! You have finished this series, now what?
WebEx Nurse Family Partnership - of Lehigh Valley Hospital - Pocono
This is the final session of the 9-session series with the Nurse-Family Partnership Lehigh Valley. We will wrap up the series with an overview of what we have covered, providing tools for members to utilize throughout their lives and encourage them to continue learning about the topics we have covered for their long-term financial success.
MONROE
Thursday
06/02/2022
9:15 AM
to
10:15 AM
CANCELLED
Investing in Women hosted by She's Somebody's Daughter (Part 2)
Lives Changed By Christ (LCBC)
4150 CHAMBERS HILL RD
HARRISBURG, PA  17111
Women participating in the Worth It program through She's Somebody's Daughter will learn about credit reports and scores and how to deal with debt.
DAUPHIN
Thursday
06/02/2022
1:00 PM
to
3:00 PM
Fraud BINGO
In-Person - West Hanover Parks & Recreation Building
628 WALNUT AVE.
HARRISBURG, PA  17112
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: Keara Weltmer, District Office Manager, The Office of Representative Andrew Lewis, at: 717-652-3721
DAUPHIN
Saturday
06/04/2022
1:00 PM
to
2:00 PM
NOTE This event is for staff, parents and caregivers of disabled individuals.
Scam and ID Theft Prevention through Online Safety
Youth Advocate Programs Inc. via ZOOM
2007 N. 3RD STREET
HARRISBURG, PA  17102
This event will detail how to keep yourself safe online, what to do if you become a victim of scams or identity theft and other cybersecurity tips.
DAUPHIN
Monday
06/06/2022
10:30 AM
to
11:30 AM
NOTE Open to Members
Avoiding ID Theft
In-Person - Montco SAAC - Norristown
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, at: 610-275-1960 ext. 122
MONTGOMERY
Tuesday
06/14/2022
10:00 AM
to
11:00 AM
NOTE Open to Members
Cybersecurity - Keeping Yourself Safe Online
In-Person - Columbia Senior Center
510 WALNUT ST.
COLUMBIA, PA  17512
Whatever your age, understanding how to keep your information safe and secure online is vitally important for everyone. This presentation covers key topics like using secure websites, creating strong passwords, being aware of what you put on social media, and even tips for shopping online safely. For information contact: Cindi Hammons, Senior Center Supervisor, at: 717-684-4850
LANCASTER
Tuesday
06/14/2022
6:00 PM
to
7:00 PM
STaRT (Start Today and Retire Tomorrow)
Virtual - Cleve J. Fredricksen Library, Business & Career Center @ Fredricksen
100 N 19TH ST.
CAMP HILL, PA  17011
This program discusses retirement planning. The goal is to help you determine what your retirement goals are and how to help you get there. No matter where you are in the timeline for retirement, early career, mid-career or late career, know that it’s never too late to STaRT. To register go to: https://www.cumberlandcountylibraries.org/FRE then "Events" at "Fredricksen (Camp Hill)."Go to date, "click" title then "Register Online." For additional information contact: Judy Kenny, BCC Manager, at: jkenny@cumberlandcountylibraries.org
CUMBERLAND
Thursday
06/16/2022
1:00 PM
to
2:00 PM
NOTE Open to Members
Cybersecurity - Keeping Yourself Safe Online
In-Person - Philadelphia Senior Center, Avenue of the Arts,
509 S BROAD ST.
PHILADELPHIA, PA  
Whatever your age, understanding how to keep your information safe and secure online is vitally important for everyone. This presentation covers key topics like using secure websites, creating strong passwords, being aware of what you put on social media, and even tips for shopping online safely. For information contact: Edwina Griggs, Activities Director, (215) 546-5879 ext..1625
PHILADELPHIA
Tuesday
06/21/2022
10:00 AM
to
11:00 AM
NOTE Open to Members
Popular Scams and How to Avoid Them
Virtual - Wayne Senior Center
108 STATION ROAD
WAYNE, PA  19087
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: Margo Fine-Gabbay, Program Director, at: 610-688-6246
CHESTER
Tuesday
06/21/2022
7:00 PM
to
8:00 PM
NOTE Open to Special Olympics PA Athletes
Fraud BINGO
Virtual - Special Olympics Pennsylvania
2570 BOULEVARD OF THE GENERALS, SUITE 124
NORRISTOWN, PA  19403
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: Jordan Schubert at: 610-630-9450
MONTGOMERY
Tuesday
06/28/2022
12:00 PM
to
1:00 PM
STaRT (Start Today and Retire Tomorrow)
Virtual - Business & Career Center @ Fredricksen, Cleve J. Fredricksen Library
100 N. 19TH STREET
CAMP HILL, PA  17011
This program discusses retirement planning. The goal is to help you determine what your retirement goals are and how to help you get there. No matter where you are in the timeline for retirement, early career, mid-career or late career, know that it’s never too late to STaRT. To register go to: https://www.cumberlandcountylibraries.org/FRE then "Events" at "Fredricksen (Camp Hill)."Go to date, "click" title then "Register Online." For additional information contact: Judy Kenny, BCC Manager, at: jkenny@cumberlandcountylibraries.org
CUMBERLAND
Wednesday
06/29/2022
6:30 PM
to
7:30 PM
Cybersecurity - Keeping Yourself Safe Online
Virtual - Pike County Public Library, , PA
119 E. HARFORD ST.
MILFORD, PA  18337
Whatever your age, understanding how to keep your information safe and secure online is vitally important for everyone. This presentation covers key topics like using secure websites, creating strong passwords, being aware of what you put on social media, and even tips for shopping online safely. For information contact: Michael Mele, Program Coordinator, at: 570.296.8211
PIKE