Confidence in navigating finances online is becoming increasingly necessary, as most of the banking and financing sees a transition to a digital platform in a new normal world of the pandemic. With this trend, there is a great need for youth to acquire modern practical financial knowledge and confidently navigate digital finances. Access to such financial knowledge and resources will equip youth to not only manage their finances but deal with the challenges constantly emerging with the ever-changing nature of digital financing. CASE’s Minding Money program, with support from TD Canada, aims to financially empower youth aged 14-25 in the Peel Region by increasing their knowledge about key financial tools necessary to independently navigate finances in a digital era. 


  • Free and engaging workshops on diverse financial topics with Q&A (Speakers are professionals from recognized financial institutions and community organizations, professors, and specialists with knowledge about the topics)
  • Introduction to and interactive engagement with key topics related to finances, such as stocks and investments, credit management, and savings accounts 
  • Free wellness sessions and distribution of resource packages that contain information about various community organizations and resources dedicated to assisting youth with managing finances 
  • Tax Clinics – free assistance on filing tax returns and sessions on how to personally prepare your tax returns


  • Virtual
  • In-Person Sessions
  • One-on-One Assistance (On appointment)  


  • Free financial education and interactive training on key topics 
  • A chance to win a free digital device (tablets, laptops, etc.)
  • Long-lasting connection to a network of community resources and organizations that provide financial literacy support 
  • Forming meaningful connections and relationships with different organizations, peers, and professionals 
  • Youth participation may qualify for volunteer hours
To register for this program, please fill out the form below