The Manitoba Financial Literacy Forum is currently comprised of more than 50 active members, including government agencies, private businesses, not-for-profit organizations, financial educators, credit counselling services and volunteer groups, as well as individuals and families. Find out how you can get involved.

A & O Support Services for Older Adults
Adult Secondary Education Council
Assiniboine Credit Union
Avenue Mortgage Inc.
BDO Canada Limited
Community Financial Counselling Services
Consumers’ Association of Canada (Manitoba)
Consumer Protection Office
Credit Counselling Society
Department of Education and Advanced Learning
Department of Multiculturalism and Literacy
Immigrant & Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba (IRCOM)
Investors Group
Knowledge Bureau
Literacy Partners of Manitoba
Manitoba Advanced Education and Literacy
Manitoba Association of Home Economists
Manitoba Association of Senior Centres
Manitoba Finance
Manitoba Securities Commission
Think Shift Inc.
SEED Winnipeg Inc.
SMD Self-Help Clearinghouse
United Way of Winnipeg
University of Manitoba
Volunteer Manitoba