Houston Money Week

Elroy Mariano

Dear Houston Money Week Partners, in the wake of the COVID-19, also know as Coronavirus outbreak, we have received official notice from our national partner, Money Smart Week that all events are being canceled. This includes all Houston Money Week events, signature events, and contests. For us, this means that […]

Dear Houston Money Week Partners, in the wake of the COVID-19, also know as Coronavirus outbreak, we have received official notice from our national partner, Money Smart Week that all events are being canceled. This includes all Houston Money Week events, signature events, and contests.

For us, this means that your events should be canceled and we ask for you and your organization to use your best judgement as the situation continues to unfold.

If you, as a partner organization, are still planning to host events, this will not be a Houston Money Week branded event, i.e. no Money Week advertising or logo usage.

We are so grateful for your partnership and support and want you to know we plan to continue our resources into next year to make Houston Money Week 2021 bigger and better than ever. 

PLEASE READ THIS…
We are not giving up. We are taking a temporary pause so that we can all focus on what is most important – our families and our communities. Be there for each other. We are Houston Strong and we’ve been through tough times together more than once. My grandmother always had the best advice during tough times: “This too shall pass and the light will shine again.” 

Love and light to all of you,
Jenny Guzman
Chair, Houston Money Week 2020

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