Community Projects

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  • Howard University Business School Students

    In 2007-2008, Ginga Investment Group Inc., started in Boston, MA, teaching Cash Flow 101 board game to high school students in an after-school Cash Flow club

  • In 2007-2008, high school Cash Flow club members worked with Mel King and the South End Technology Center in Boston to teach community members Cash Flow 101 board game
  • In 2007-2008, high school Cash Flow club members worked with Greater Love Tabernacle-teaching youth Cash Flow 101 board game in Dorchester, Massachusetts

Students playing Cash Flow 101 board game

  • In 2008-2009, College Cash Flow 101 board game training in the DC area
  • In 2008-2009, Ginga Financial Literacy Inc., worked with the Howard University Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership & Innovation A program through Ginga’s mentoring project and mentors were provided for Benjamin Banneker high school students. Benjamin Banneker’s high school students learned financial literacy through Cash Flow 101 board game

 

  • Howard University Business School Students

    In 2009-Present, Ginga Financial Literacy Inc., currently works with students from Howard University to promote GINGA’s mentoring project in the Washington, DC area

  • In 2010-2012, Ginga Financial Literacy, Inc., GINGA promoted its mentoring project at ConneXions Academy in Baltimore, Maryland
  • In 2012-Present, Ginga Financial Literacy Inc., GINGA promotes its college planning and legacy planning financial services for students seeking to transition from high school to college and reallocating financial assets for families earning $150,000 to $450,000; reducing the amount of assets reported on FAFSA.

See GINGA in Action!