Our Mission is To help young people develop financial discipline and awareness in order to create generational wealth for themselves, their families and their communities for years to come.


Our workshops:

    Financially CLEAN offers fun, interactive 12-week workshops to middle school, high school, and college students on how to manage, grow and protect their money, based on the 5 key principles of C.L.E.A.N.:

    CREDIT

    LEARN TO LIVE WITHOUT

    EDUCATION

    ATTENTION TO DETAIL

    NO SHAME IN YOUR GAME


    The Truth is in the Numbers:

    • According to a 2014 study by JumpStart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, 95% of high school seniors and 75% of graduating college students in the United States are financially illiterate.

     

    • 39% of millenials worry about their financial future "at least once a week," according to Fidelity. 54% of millenials say debt is their "biggest financial concern," according to Wells Fargo.

     

    • There is currently $1.2 trillion of total outstanding student loan debt. $3,000 accrues every second (Debt.org).

      We provide kids the knowledge to:

      • Leverage Credit

      • Graduate with minimal debt

      • Become a landlord, not just a tenant

      • Become a supplier, not just a consumer

      • Make a dollar work many times harder

      • Retire comfortably

      And so much more….


      Robin White-Good, journalist from Black Enterprise takes some time to visit with Financially CLEAN and the students of Boys Hope Girls Hope college mentorship program at St. Joseph's College campus, in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn.

      Robin White-Good, journalist from Black Enterprise takes some time to visit with Financially CLEAN and the students of Boys Hope Girls Hope college mentorship program at St. Joseph's College campus, in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn.

      We believe that the earlier we can ingrain these smart fiscal habits into our youth, the higher chance they will make it a permanent lifestyle and achieve their life goals.
      — Shaun Lynda, Co-Founder of Financially CLEAN