Upcoming Events at GOLD

We'd love to see you at one of our upcoming events. Whether that's a seminar, supporting our community, free shred day, our annual meeting or Member appreciation day, you're invited!

What's Coming Up Next?

  • Toys for Tots Collection Window: Friday, November 1st through Friday, December 13th
  • GOLD Seminar—Taking the Myth out of Becoming Debt Free: Thursday, November 21st, 6:00-7:00 PM.
  • Thanksgiving Holiday Closing: Thursday, November 28th and  Friday, November 29th
  • Quarterly Shred Event: Thursday, December 12th, 3:00-5:00 PM


That's just what's happening in the next few months. Keep scrolling to see all of our event categories and how you can get in the action. 

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What's Happening?

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GOLD Seminars

We believe personal financial freedom can change the world. It starts with education. We hold no-cost financial seminars throughout the year on topics designed to help you achieve financial success. 

Sign up for a Seminar

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GOLD in the Community

Join us in supporting the local community. Here you'll find a list of both events at GOLD and events out in the community that we're participating in. 

Get Involved

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On-Site Shredding

One piece of discarded junk mail could be all it takes for identity theft to happen to you. Let us take your sensitive documents off your hands and shred them on site at one of our quarterly shred events. 

Shred It

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Annual Meeting 2020

Hold the date! The 2020 Annual Meeting & Member Appreciation Day will be held on April 25, 2020.

More details will be announced in early 2020.

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Holiday Closings

We close for select holidays throughout the year so that our employees can spend time with their families. 

View Holiday Schedule

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