The TD-sponsored BMC FinLit Annual Summit is a premier event for and by the Black community.
– Tanya Hayles, founder
TORONTO, ON, CANADA, September 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – As the financial effects of COVID on women and the black community become more apparent, the popular financial literary event returns for a 2-day virtual summit to provide information and relief.
The BMC FinLit Summit, sponsored by TD, is a series of events for and by the black community with the aim of increasing financial literacy, confidence and understanding.
The event will take place virtually from Friday October 1 to Saturday October 2.
Black Moms Connection is a community of black mothers who share, network and connect. BMC started with 20 mothers in the Greater Toronto Area in 2015 and today has over 20,000 members worldwide.
Award-winning and knowledgeable experts from across the industry spectrum will share their nuggets in an informative and engaging environment. Customers will leave encouraged to face their financial obstacles and thrive in their financial freedom. 2 streams with professions from across Canada and the United States, ensures that programming is both culturally and geographically relevant. From financial mindset and real estate investing to investing and estate planning – it’s a two-day boot camp to create a better life and a better future.
“We asked our mothers what their greatest challenges and needs were,” says Tanya Hayles, founder of Black Moms Connection. “Over 70% said they have financial literacy and are building a better future for themselves and their children. Black Moms Connection serves to bridge the gap and provide the tools and resources to help them get there ”.
BMC FinLit Summit is proudly sponsored by TD. TD is committed to supporting the communities in which we live and work with a focus on education and financial literacy.
For more information on the event, including biographies and speaker schedule, visit www.blackmomsconnection.com.
About Black Moms Connection
Black Moms Connection is a global online village of over 20,000 non-profit people that provides culturally relevant tools and resources to empower and educate black women. In 2020, they distributed over $ 45,000 in emergency and housing grants.