‘Financial Friday’ resource fair April 21

PORT ORCHARD — Kitsap Community Resources is hosting Financial Friday, a financial resource fair, on April 21 at its headquarters in Port Orchard.

The resource fair will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. It will include experts who will be available to share information on the following topics:

How to improve your credit and reduce debt;

How to build your credit;

Banking opportunities and second-chance banking;

College opportunities — help with FAFSA;

Training and job resources;

Starting your own business;

Low-income homeownership programs;

First-time home buyer information;

Low-income free legal assistance;

and DSHS state benefits.

The Asset Building Coalition of Kitsap will offer a free credit report, credit counseling, job training resources and door prizes.

The fair will be at Kitsap Community Resources, 3200 SE Rainshadow Ct., in Port Orchard. For more information, call 360-478-2301 or access www.kitsapabc.org or www.kcr.org to sign up.

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