Atlanta, GA / January 2020
Mentoro, a financial education company that specializes in collaborative financial wellness, announced today that it has engaged with the North Texas Food Bank to provide financial education services to all its employees.
Founded in 1982, the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) is a nonprofit hunger relief organization. NTFB is a certified member of the Feeding America Food Bank Network. Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization, solicits food and grocery products from national suppliers, distributes them through more than 200 food banks and provides food banks with operational support. It also educates the public and government officials about the ongoing problem of hunger.
Adrienne Robinson, Compensation and Benefits Manager at North Texas Food Bank said, “Our employees know that we care about their needs. They asked for this type of benefit and Mentoro helped us deliver it.”
Mentoro is a non-biased independent company that creates customized programs tailored to a company’s needs that ease monetary stress and equip employees with how to plan for their futures. Mentoro’s emphasis on human interaction, engaging technology, and customization through individual coaching makes their offering unique in the financial wellness space.
Mentoro is a financial education company providing a turn-key collaborative financial wellness℠ solution derived from the belief that financial mentors are the last great hope for educating the working population on healthy money habits and positive behavior change. For more information on Mentoro’s Financial Wellness solution, contact:
Casey Stegman, SVP Strategic Planning and Business Development