When we strengthen the economic future of one family, we
strengthen the economy for the whole community.
We’re teaching households and foster youth how to manage finances
and increase savings so they can improve their economic outlook.
United Way is leading the Assets & Opportunity
Network, mobilizing a group of nonprofits, companies and
volunteers to look at financial stability data in our community
and work on key tasks to increase the number of individuals who
are financially thriving.
We are also helping local qualified families and individuals file
their taxes online for free while bringing crucial EITC (earned
income tax credit) dollars back into our local community.
86% of the 413 adults are demonstrating better
90% of 336 foster youth participants are earning
in matched savings accounts.
Now more than ever, our community needs you, your energy,
passion, and commitment. Let’s work together as first responders
to meet our community’s greatest needs.
The volunteers on the Financial Stability Impact
Council will administer a multi-pronged approach of
workforce development, financial education and asset development
to empower working families with the tools to
become economically self-sufficient.