Outreach and Education
Financial Education Community Outreach
People’s United Bank is committed to enhancing financial literacy, fostering financial stability and improving banking relationships among residents throughout our communities.
People’s United Bank conducts financial education workshops at schools, nonprofit organizations, and other community groups that are interested in assisting individuals and families with managing their personal finances, helping them to make sound financial decisions, and improving economic conditions for entire communities.
Utilizing the FDIC Money Smart curriculum, People’s United Bank representatives conduct a series of comprehensive financial lesson plans targeted to children, teens, young adults and adults.
For more information regarding our Financial Education Program, contact Karen Galbo, Financial Education Community Outreach Program Manager at 203-338-6113, firstname.lastname@example.org or contact a People’s United Bank local branch to discuss scheduling a financial literacy workshop.
Financial Tools & Resources
Protecting Our Senior Citizens
The People’s United Bank Master’s Program
At People’s United Bank, we understand the challenges that senior citizens face as they grow older and the importance of assisting in their protection.
The People’s United Bank Masters Program helps our communities stay informed through education and training about senior fraud, scams, and good safety practices to help prevent the victimization of seniors and ensure their well being.
The Masters Program is a collaborative initiative that promotes promote financial awareness and safety for senior citizens. Working with law enforcement, senior advocacy agencies, and businesses, the Masters Program provides educational programs, seminars, events and training in select communities.
The programs are designed for senior citizens and community members to help safeguard seniors from becoming victims of financial exploitation and other criminal activity. It also helps our community better understand and respond to the physical and mental challenges that may affect an older citizen and potentially increase their vulnerability to fraud.
The Masters Program was designed and is coordinated by Angela DeLeon, who has an extensive background in teaching safety to senior citizens. Angela is also on the Board of Directors of Connecticut Triad and on the Advisory Board for the National Association of Triads.
For crime prevention topics, or, if you would like to inquire about hosting a seminar, please contact Angela DeLeon, Masters Program Coordinator, at 203-338-4225 or Angela.DeLeon@peoples.com