DoughMain Financial Literacy Foundation

Basic Information

Address: 189 Wall Street Suite B
Phone Number: 6097513300
Director: Robert M Church

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Additional Information

Causes Served: Financial Literacy Education
Population Served: Underserved Populations and 9-12 Grade Students
Ages for Volunteer: 20 and up
Hours of Service: 8-5
Minimum Hours Required: 15-25
Days of Service: M-F
Mission Statement:

To Prepare Today's Students for a Lifetime of Financial Responsibility

Philosophy/Belief Statement:

Working to close the financial literacy gap in our country and build stronger, financially literate communities. advance our vision of “A Financially FIT America.”

Program History:

DMFLF is working to expand Implementation of our FitKit High School Youth Financial Literacy Program. The FitKit is a focused, comprehensive, standards-based curriculum designed for educators and students from all socio-economic backgrounds, and meets the financial literacy requirements for high school graduation. The FitKit has been developed over the course of 8 years and successfully reached more than 5,750 students with incredibel results that include: An increase in positive attitudes related to learning about personal finance from 19% to 91%
Recognition as an “Innovative Educational Program” in Pennsylvania (2017), An increase in Financial literacy scores by an average of 40% 31% Fresman, 41% Sophmores, 51% Juniors and @4% Seniors, ad finally the FitKit program presents as gender neutral with young women performing as well as young men throughout the course

Express programs nearing completion will support the overall concepts in the FitKit being introduced in high schools, but are envisioned to be compelling community conversations with young men and women living in poverty and relate specifically to the mindset, history, values and challenges related to those specific communities. Express programs will be offered in community centers, by corporate sponsors, libraries, or other community based organizations who wish to engage in supporting their communities.


DoughMain Financial Literacy Golf Classic- May of each Year, NJEA Conference November 7,8,9 annually, Board and Community Friendraisers, Non Profit and Financial Literacy Conferences