by The Madison County Record |
Jun. 8, 2007, 7:00am

Mark Pettyjohn & Dana Klassen were speakers recently at Marketplace Newtworking held in Collinsville at the Holiday Inn. Marketplace Networking applies Biblical principles in the arena of business.

The Community Association for Financial Education (CAFE) is a non-profit educational mission based organization that is working with middle income families on getting financially healthy. Over 95 percent of families do not know key financial principals or have a written roadmap so they will succeed financially.

For a low $99 fee, which includes all the adults and teens in a household, CAFE offers a 2 1/2 hour kick-off that teaches 136 key financial topics including how to get out of debt, invest, save and make good buying decision. Then a CAFE volunteer will work with families or individuals one on one to develop a personal, confidential written financial life plan. All is done in a non-product, unbiased environment.

CAFE is an eleven-year-old organization that has worked with thousands of Illinois and Missouri families making an average positive impact of $100,000 in their finacial life. CAFE also works with churches and businesses to get their people on track. For more information, call Dana Klassen at 618-978-7682.

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