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Money Wise Migrants

An introduction to personal finance, tailor-made for migrant domestic workers.

Intro

Limited Offer: Until 30 May, 2021, each participant can invite up to 2 family members to join this workshop online for FREE. To participate, please register as usual on our website and then send us a Whatsapp message with your name, your family members' names, the registered class and date. English/Tagalog: +852 5981 3754. Bahasa Indonesia: +852  5648 0990.

Please note that we require a minimum number of participants for a workshop to proceed.  Participants will be contacted via Whatsapp 2 days before their registered session and asked to confirm attendance to avoid last minute cancellations.

We will gradually resume face-to-face workshops, where government regulations permit. Participants will have to follow our safety and hygiene measures to ensure a safe learning environment. Please note that venues may change depending on the social distancing policies - check our website or contact us via Whatsapp for updated information.

Want to learn how to get on the right track by managing your expenses? This 4-hour workshop, tailored especially for migrant domestic workers, introduces you to personal finance management where you will learn and develop skills that can help make your money work for you. Learn how to create a budget, plan and track expenses, set financial goals and manage your money.

Workshop fee

For self-funding domestic workers: HK$30 for this 4-hour workshop or HK$150 for the full Enrich programme. During COVID-19, we will be accepting online payments for workshops. Please click here for details.

For employer sponsors: HK$500 per workshop or HK$2000 for the full Enrich programme. Learn about sponsoring your helper.

Key Takeaways

  • Goal Setting: Plan and keep track of your expenses to make better choices so that you can efficiently reach your goals.
  • Dangerous Debt: Spending money you don’t have yet puts your future at risk. Living within or below your means can be done with proper debt management.
  • Financial Responsibility: At the end of the day, it’s all about the choices you make.