Does your organization work on helping people build the know how to control their finances and build their savings?

You might be eligible for a new funding opportunity: the Pathways to Financial Inclusion Initiative, which is geared toward expanding existing efforts to build financial skills and flexible savings across our region, particularly among underserved communities.

Groups focusing on addressing inequities among Native communities, communities of color, immigrants, and refuges, and people in rural areas are strongly encouraged to apply and will receive priority consideration.

Application deadline was October 7, 2016.