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Concerned Black Men of Los Angeles hosts Dave Ramsey Financial Literacy Program

This life-changing class taught by Dave Ramsey and the FPU teaching team on video and coordinated by Bernard and Carolyn Dean at Concerned Black Men of LA / Zion Hill Baptist Church in Los Angeles, CA will help you achieve your financial goals by showing you how to eliminate debt, save for the future, and give like never before. You will be challenged and motivated to make a plan for your money and change your family tree forever.

 

In 9 action-packed lessons, you'll learn how to beat debt, build wealth, invest for the future, give like never before, and much more!

Class Location:

Zion Hill Baptist Church, 7860 10th Ave, Los Angeles, CA90043

Class Contact:

Bernard and Carolyn Dean Contact

Class Meets:

Monday at 6:30 PM

Class Begins:

Aug 4, 2014

Class Preview:

Jul 13, 2014 at 10:30 AM

 

Class Notes:

There will be a preview session this Sunday July 13, 2014 at 10:30AM at 7860 10th Ave L.A. Calif 90043 Please join us this Sunday Note: No class on Monday Sept 1, 2014 Labor Day Note: No class on Monday Sept 15, 2014 You can begin purchasing your kits now!

 



 
 
 

 

 

Concerned Black Men National: Los Angeles Satellite Office

3756 Santa Rosalia Dr., Suite 307A

Los Angeles, California, 90008

PH-323-298-4866

FAX-323-298-4868

 

  
   

The Los Angeles Chapter of CBM (CBMLA) mentors youth in the Greater Los Angeles Area, conducting youth life skills workshops and hosting group mentoring sessions for young black males ages 11 to 19. CBMLA instructions and mentoring activities stress the importance of education, self mastery and personal achievement. Mentoring is conducted through the volunteer services of adult black male role models. CBMLA strives to motivate and encourage young black males to finish high school and attend college (or vocational trade schools) to improve their chances of having rewarding careers and successful family lives.

 

 

 

Why Do You Want To Become A Youth Mentor, Volunteer or Financially Support CBMLA?

 

You want to:

Make a positive impact upon the lives of youth.

  • Build youth self-esteem, confidence & excellence.
  • Reverse the tide of black-on-black violence.
  • Promote positive black male image.
  • Advance community awareness & social responsibility.
  • Support volunteerism and civic engagement in local communities.