Good folks! Ever feel like you’re…
...not “doing money right”?
...confused about your next step with your finances?
...unmotivated to sign up for that savings account / business bank account / work retirement plan?
...full of money questions you want to get answers to?
...curious about how other people handle their money?
...weirded out by how most people talk about money (or avoid talking about it)?
… have like-minded, non-judgemental buddies in your quest to do something positive for your financial future?
... get expert guidance and community-tested recommendations?
... have some structure, clarity, and accountability as you move towards your financial goals?
… get to do it all in a rad, progressive, non-icky environment full of everyone from weirdo freelancers to focused career folks?
You should join QUARTERS CLUB!!!
All for less than the cost of your favorite online media subscription, one drink in NYC, or a short taxi a month.
Quarters Club is a mere $24/quarter -- that’s $8/mo.
No-cost scholarships are available for people who are low-income, just reach out.
Hadassah Damien is a Brooklyn-based artist, activist, small-business owner, and creator of the iconoclastic blog and finance classes Ride Free Fearless Money. Her mission is to stabilize creative communities by empowering folks’ relationship to their money, and to help people with money hacks. Read more: http://www.ridefreefearlessmoney.com
Hadassah Damien supports individuals, partners, freelancers/small business owners, and collectives to create actionable financial plans through writing, online courses, 1:1 coaching sessions, and workshops. Real talk, honest compassion, hustle mindset, and intersectional needs all come into the equation, with excellent outcomes.
From people who get motivated and save their first $1,000, to people who pay off their credit cards; from freelancers who learn how to get $3,000 tax refunds to couples who create their financial path together, her clients rave:
Ms. Damien is an educator, award-winning artist, civic technologist, and iconoclast who was raised working-class in Western NY. She puts the values she inherited both into practice and under microscopes in her progressive work. She has an MA from the CUNY Graduate Center, and an Honors BA from the University of Toronto.
And yes, she is a motorcyclist, which inspired the name Ride Free Fearless Money. When we ride, we do a LOT of work to make sure we're ready -- then we go enjoy the HELL out of the experience. Our finances can be handled well with a similar attitude: do the work, honor the work, and then go live your life!
2019 Club Meet-ups!
Quarter 1 > March 3 video @ 5p ET / March 7 video @ 1p ET
Quarter 2 > NYC Thurs 5/30 / Video Sunday 6/2
Quarter 3 > NYC Thurs 8/22 / Video Sun 8/25
Quarter 4 > NYC Thurs 11/21 / Video Sun 11/24