Sean Bruen – Member in Focus #21
Tell us a bit about yourself and/or your organisation.
I’m the Founder and Director of Kith & Kin Financial Wellbeing Social Enterprise – we deliver financial education & advice programmes in the community & workplace. We passionately believe that if people are given free access to financial education and advice they will make better financial decisions, which directly will improve their mental & physical wellbeing.
How well have you/your organisation adapted to the pandemic?
OFFER: What support are you currently offering and are you open to members of Community Network NI and/or the wider community making contact?
We also have a 20% discount offer on our Financial Wellbeing Webinars, normal cost £250, which is open to all Community Network NI members.
If you would like to find out more about our Social Enterprise watch our short video explainer below.
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