Financial Foundations Resource Centre (Alternative Financial Services)

Financial Foundations Resource Centre (Alternative Financial Services)

The Jubilee Fund provided the down payment for the purchase of 607 Selkirk, an abandoned bank building. The North End Community Renewal Corporation purchased the building to revitalize activity in the North End. In 2003, local community groups including SEED Winnipeg, the Saving Circle Program (helps individuals save money for future goals), the Individual Development Account Program (IDA helps you save for an education, start or expand a small business or buy or renovate your own home) and the Money Management Training Program (helps to learn more about budgeting, banking and credit) operate from the building to provide complementary financial and support services to North-End residents.

In 2008, the North End Housing Project moved into the building.