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Empowering Long-Term Financial Well-Being with CARE

A classroom of students led by a CARE instructor

As part of a series of actions to promote financial inclusion, TransUnion is a proud sponsor of Credit Abuse Resistance Education (CARE), a national nonprofit organization providing students and young adults with the skills they need to make smart financial decisions. CARE is a volunteer-driven organization with a network of expert volunteers in chapters across the country who give free educational presentations in high schools, colleges and community youth organizations.

TransUnion associates actively support CARE by volunteering to present to students on a variety of topics, from credit cards and credit scores to student loans, savings, identify theft and budgeting. The impact of ongoing education is powerful, promoting financial literacy and encouraging young people to make sound decisions about saving, planning for retirement, investments and more.

Learn more about our partnership by watching the video below.

CARE presentations are a meaningful way for our associates to share knowledge with students at an early age — a time critical to their long-term financial well-being. As part of our shared commitment to financial inclusion, we’re proud to leverage volunteerism in support of this important cause.

For more information about CARE, please visit We also encourage you to learn more about how TransUnion is promoting financial inclusion by visiting our Sustainability page.

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