Money Stories

Grounding Indigenous Youth in the Lessons of their Elders

How does it work?

Money Stories is a customized money management training program for Indigenous youth. The program combines Indigenous Elders speaking about their experiences with money, with facilitator-led activities about money that are relevant to youth. “We (Elders) need to help the next generation out of poverty. Young people have gifts and talents that should be used. I believe that preparing them for the future, one day they’ll go out into society with the experience and confidence to know they can make it.” Elder Lucy Guiboche.

Money stories is delivered in eight chapters. Topics covered include Money, My Community & Me, Building Assets, Goal Setting & Problem Solving, Gathering Information, Budgeting, Banking, and Credit.

A certificate is provided upon completion of the program.

Am I eligible?

To be considered, you must be:

  • 15-30 years old
  • Indigenous (First Nations, Non-Status, Metis, Inuit)

Organizations: If you are an organization that would like to offer Money Stories to your participants, please contact for further details. Money Stories can be delivered as individual workshops or as a series. Only participants who complete the full series will receive a certificate.

How do I apply?

Participants must have a device that connects to the internet to be able to participate via Zoom.

Dates: Nov. 8 – 17, 2022
Time: 6 – 8pm
Where: Virtual – Zoom (must have internet capable device)
Register: E-mail or call 204-927-9935 by Nov 1, 2022.

Employment Opportunity: Junior Facilitator Program

Successful graduates of the Money Stories program are welcome to apply for a Junior Facilitator summer position with SEED Winnipeg. Graduates of SEED’s Saving Circle program who meet the eligibility requirements for the Money Stories program (listed above), are also eligible for the position.

Junior Facilitators are trained to facilitate the Money Stories curriculum, then are sent into the community to share the teachings with other youth!