enrich-programmes-mentoringMentoring Session 

The half-day mentoring session is a valuable opportunity for our workshop participants to get feedback on the money-management skills they learned after one or more workshops at Enrich. Volunteer mentors each help a mentee set goals, review progress, review tracking of spending, and calculate a savings plan to achieve goals. Mentors should have a basic understanding of budgeting and how to make healthy financial decisions, and be able to talk simply through options.

See below for the upcoming mentoring session

If you are interested in volunteering as a mentor, fill out this form: here (Google Forms).

If you have trouble using Google Forms, please fill this Word form: here and return to

See our example of discussion questions for the mentoring sessions: here.

Financial Mentoring Programme

Enrich’s one-off half-day Mentoring Session has always been a crucial part of Enrich’s Financial Education Programme for migrant domestic workers. The Financial Mentoring Programme is a long-term mentoring opportunity for graduates of the full Enrich’s Financial and Empowerment education programme.  The Programme provides migrant domestic worker participants access to long-term, consistent financial advice and mentorship from volunteers with relevant experience. Volunteer mentors for this long-term programme are required to have taken part in a one-off mentoring session prior.


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