Financial Empowerment Webinars


Assisting survivors to understand the implications of how to begin to rebuild her credit, saving for the future and where to find on-going support can make the difference between building financial stability and a survivors returning to her abuser."


84% of spouse abuse victims are women.

Please join The Allstate Foundation and NNEDV for our webinars series where you'll be able to expand your knowledge of important financial topics. Listen, learn, ask questions and interact with our expert presenters. Follow the link below each session to register. If you are not able to join us live or want to re-visit the session later, each webinar will be recorded.

Using The Moving Ahead Financial Empowerment Curriculum (Recorded)

The Moving Ahead Curriculum was created so that advocates and programs could use it in multiple ways to reach and meet the needs of those they serve… and it’s working!  This is a highlight of various programs and what they’ve learned along the way.

A Panel Discussion with Coalition Advocates:

  • Zeb Beilke-McCallum, IA
  • Kelly Goodall, IL
  • Auburn Waterson, VTG
  • Molly Woodard, TX

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Upcoming Webinars:

November 20, 2014 (2pm ET, 1pm CT, 12pm MT, 11am PT)
What Survivors and Advocates Need to Know About Filing Taxes

U.S. Tax Code is structured to provide assistance and deductions to low-income taxpayers.  This webinar will provide trusted resources and information to help survivors and advocates learn what to look for, where to turn, as well as what to avoid, when it comes to filing taxes.

Presented by:

  • Andrew VanSingel, Director, Low Income Tax Clinic, Prairie State Legal Services, Inc.
  • Roxy Caines, Earned Income Credit Campaign Director, Center on Budget & Policy Priorities

To Register:

December 11, 2014 (2pm ET, 1pm CT, 12pm MT, 11am PT)
Tax Time: Making the Most of It

Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)  and Child Tax Credit (CTC) are the largest anti-poverty tools in the U.S. and yet it is widely underutilized.  This webinar will highlight The Center on Budget & Policy Priorities 2015 Tax Credit Outreach Kit to help advocates better understand how to assist survivors in making the most of possible tax assistance and relief.

Presented by:

  • Roxy Caines, Earned Income Credit Campaign Director, Center on Budget & Policy Priorities

To Register: