The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in the shutdown of businesses worldwide. Physical shops have been closed, several companies filed for bankruptcy, and many people lost their sources of income. Fueled by a passion for serving and for improving lives, the Rebecca Everlene Trust Company is advancing financial literacy all around the globe.
Founded in September 2012, the Rebecca Everlene Trust Company initially only provided virtual sitter and educational opportunities to families with children. With the pandemic wreaking havoc, the global nonprofit organization decided to expand its services to promote financial literacy among families through its program, People Helping People.
A surprising amount of families across the world do not hold insurance policies to help protect their loved ones in the unfortunate event of unemployment, accidents, or even death. Many are at a loss in finding the tools and information they need to make the decision that works best for them. Through its newly developed program, the Rebecca Everlene Trust Company helps families secure financial failsafe for their loved ones.
The nonprofit organization has designed ‘People Helping People’ as a one-stop-shop for life insurance. Rebecca Everlene Trust Company provides its clients with a variety of companies to purchase products from and inform them of a few services available to them that they may not have known about. The company helps its clients stay informed on living benefits, which cover unemployment, short term disability, up to 90%, with supplemental income for the cost of medication.
Rebecca Everlene Trust Company also sends out instructions on how to use life insurance as a downpayment for a house, to cover college tuition or expand the client’s family through surrogacy. It offers both personal and business-to-business services, partnering with companies such as AIG, Mutual of Omaha, Fidelity, and American National.
Aside from its financial literacy program, the nonprofit organization also offers Intellectual Practice Learning and Surviving College Financially Programs. It offers students the opportunity to receive subject-specific coaching, virtually, from its team of “Kid Watchers” who are passionate about kids and furthering education for all.
Since the pandemic swooped in, the nonprofit organization has shifted its services to accommodate those confined at home. Intellectual Practice learning is now available in households, offering sessions in 30 to 60-minute increments, with the first 30 minutes free for new users.
Along with its People Helping People program, the Rebecca Everlene Trust Company has also recently expanded with Smitten & Hitch Coparenting, which is designed to assist families struggling with infertility.
These programs evolved from the realization of an overwhelming need to promote the advancement of inventions and publications among young people. To fund its initiatives, the nonprofit organization relies on donations, successful student projects, and subsidized program fees for students who enroll in Intellectual Practice Learning.
Founded on a desire to help and persevering with its advocacy despite the pandemic, the Rebecca Everlene Trust Company is offering opportunities to secure the future of children and families worldwide.