RESP Day in Winnipeg’s North End

SEED, along with Assiniboine employees and Service Canada, hosted an RESP event to assist the families in setting up educational funds for their children.On May 8, Assiniboine Credit Union, SEED Winnipeg and Service Canada provided the first-ever onsite Registered Educations Savings Plan (RESP) Day to help families in Winnipeg’s North End plan for their children’s future. And the day was a great success!

Building a Future

The Government of Canada, along with SEED Winnipeg, partnered to promote the benefits of having RESPs and Canada Learning Bonds while Assiniboine employees — Elvira Yusupova, Chris Alvarez and Aarti Sharma — provided advice and guidance in setting up accounts. Service Canada was onsite to provide Social Insurance Numbers for children who didn’t already have one.Elvira Yusupova, Chris Alvarez and Aarti Sharma

By partnering together, we were able to help 19 families set up education savings plans for a total of 33 kids start to saving for post-secondary education!

The families that came out to the event were happy and very grateful for the assistance and service they received from SEED, Service Canada and Assiniboine. A big thank you to SEED for hosting this event and inviting us to be part of building a future for our kids.

If you’re interested in learning more about how to save for your child’s education visit Registered Education Savings Plans.

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