Press Release

Hands On Banking
Bay Area, CA – 1Q 2014

CCCF was excited to meet with representatives of the Hands On Banking Program in 1Q 2014, to discuss among other things, CCCF’s integration of the military, seniors and students’ curriculum modules of both online education and in-person seminars and lectures. Hands On Banking is a program that is completely free of charge to all. Being a banking client is not a perquisite of the program. This financial education service will address the financial literacy challenges and unique needs facing seniors, students, and veterans today. At the end of 2013, CCCF participated in an online presentation that offered a firsthand look at Hands On Banking and how it can help members of the senior community, and we are pleases to be moving forward with the program in 2014.

This program is uniquely built to help the greatest amount of people possible, onto a pathway of financial independence, and that is what we are all about here at CCCF. I couldn’t be happier to be working with Hands On Banking”, said Ishwinder Judge, President of Consumer Credit Counseling Foundation.

As a local nonprofit credit counseling agency that also offers free financial education seminars, CCCF is a valuable resource. Consumer Credit Counseling Foundation is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt non-profit agency with offices in Livermore, California. Founded in 2002 by Ishwinder Judge, our mission is to provide free counseling on budgeting, the wise use of credit, and other financial topics to our clients nationwide and especially in the nine-county Bay Area. We also aim to provide low-cost debt management services to those who need it. We are members of the American Independent Consumer Credit Counseling Association (AICCCA) and meet AICCCA’s rigorous standards of ethics and operational excellence. To learn more about Consumer Credit Counseling Foundation and our community outreach please visit us online at cccfusa.org.



Consumer Credit Counseling Foundation
2150 Portola Ave., Ste D-186
Livermore, CA 94551

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