FIT Programs

Created by the Foster Youth Financial Action Collaborative of United Way of the Inland Valleys

Department of Public Social Services, Axis Foundation, Aspiranet, Springboard Credit, Inc., Oak Grove, Olive Crest, Rancho Damacitas, Housing Authority, iFoster, Inspire, United Way of the Inland Valleys


 Financial Independence Training for Foster Youth 18-25 Years Old

A key component to United Way's vision to end youth homelessness in Western Riverside County, the FIT ACADEMY is made possible by a grant from the FINRA Foundation to provide financial literacy workshops to current and former foster youth. To learn more about FIT and how you can get involved, contact Cordell Thomas, Chief Impact Officer at United Way at 951.697.4700.