KENTUCKY SAVINGS GROUP
Established in Bowling Green Kentucky to help the community save money and live better through education, outreach and online resources.
We are a group of four women committed to making our community a better place to live by sharing our knowledge of how to save money and give back. Our mission is to continuously relay ways we have learned to practically use household funds to increase your standard of living, save money for the future and give to others.
All of us are the definition of what a philanthropis is; meaning: "love of humanity" in the sense of caring, nourishing, developing and enhancing "what it is to be human" on both the benefactors' (by identifying and exercising their values in giving and volunteering) and beneficiaries' (by benefiting) parts. The most conventional modern definition is "private initiatives, for public good, focusing on quality of life".
Who are we?
Elisabeth Fielder-Hix - Wife, Mother and Grandmother. With having raised 4 young men, she is the expert on a hungry household. It is through her self education in learning how to utilize her family's income to make the most of it, that she is able to share her knowledge with others. Currently attending Western Kentucky University and holding down a full-time job at Hotel, Inc., Elisabeth is one busy Mom with a huge desire to see everyone succeed.
Mari Taschner Whitlow - Wife, Mother and Grandmother. Having raised 6 children into adulthood and having made many mistakes with attempting to save money in the past, she has become quite the expert on how to make every dollar count and where to go for the best deal in store and online. Donating most all of her time to non profit agencies in the area, Mari believes 100% in giving back when you have achieved a balance in life.
Karla Richter Andrew - Wife and Mother, Karla is a work at home computer geek/nerd mom with three boys ranging in age from 5 to 20. Karla has prepared her family to face all the financial challenges life brings. Her work within the sciences in our community also gives her an advantage in knowing the technical aspects of saving and sharing her knowledge with others.
Michelle Miller - Mother and Grandmother. Working full time does not stop this woman from helping out the community whenever called upon. She is our volunteer backbone. Always ready to lend a hand and give when needed.