Financial Education and Asset-Building Grantees - 2017

Organization Area served Purpose Amount
Able Works San Mateo To support LiveAble, an economic self-sufficiency program supporting young single mothers and young adults. $50,000
Anew America Santa Clara To support the Financial Capability Building project which provides workshops, counseling and one-on-one mentoring for low- to moderate- income immigrants, women and minorities. $40,000
Asian, Inc. Both To support the development of a digital learning library focused on financial education with the goal of helping low-middle income families improve their financial capability and achieve their goals. $25,000
Building Skills Partnership Both To support the integration of financial capability services into Building Skills Partnership's financial education, VITA and workforce development programs. $50,000
Community Financial Resources Both To support Community Financial Resource's Financial Power Tools project in Silicon Valley with the goal of improving the financial capabilities of people in low-wealth communities. $68,000
Earned Asset Resource Network Inc. Both To support SaverLife, a community campaign that combines EARN’s goal-based savings program, digital financial education and effective marketing and outreach strategies. $40,000
Family Supportive Housing Inc. Santa Clara To support the Family Financial Literacy Program for single- and two- parent homeless families with the goal of developing families’ financial capability. $20,000
HIP Housing San Mateo To support the Self Sufficiency Program with the goal of  empowering low-income families in San Mateo County to break the cycle of poverty and achieve economic security. $35,000
Juma Ventures Santa Clara To support the delivery of integrated financial capability programming to low-income young adults to empower them to be capable in managing their financial lives. $25,000
LifeMoves Both To support the FinancialMoves program which teaches and mentors vulnerable, homeless individuals to overcome their financial hardships and barriers. $35,000
MyPath Santa Clara To support the MyPath Savings and Credit programs in San Jose with the goal of engaging an expanding number of low-income youth in banking, saving and credit-building to promote their financial health and upward economic mobility. $70,000
Pacifica Resource Center San Mateo To support the Earn It Keep It Save It Economic Security programs, with the goal of stabilizing low-income families and individuals beyond emergency needs and improving their longer term economic self-sufficiency. $50,000
Peninsula Family Service Both To support a collaborative effort to provide comprehensive financial empowerment services including financial education, coaching, legal financial counseling, vehicle loans, prepaid debit cards, matched savings accounts and peer lending circles. $100,000
Project Read - North San Mateo County San Mateo To support the Financial Well-Being Program with the goal of assisting underserved populations by providing financial education, asset building, referrals to appropriate financial products and assistance to save and build/repair credit. $45,000
Puente de la Costa Sur San Mateo To support the Rural Tax Preparation and Financial Literacy Program for agricultural workers and other low-income community members. $30,971
Renaissance Entrepreneurship San Mateo To support Secure Futures/Futuros Securos: Financial Education, Coaching and Savings Program. $60,000
Sacred Heart Community Services Santa Clara To support financial stability and asset building among low-income individuals in Santa Clara County with the goal of individual and community-wide economic strength. $65,000
Tax-Aid Both To support free, tax assistance with the goals of helping clients save  tax prep fees and access refunds and credits. $48,606
United Way of the Bay Area Both To support SparkPoint Centers and the Earn It Keep It Save It/VITA tax programs in multiple locations. $100,000
    Total $957,577