California Asset Building Coalition’s 1st Capitol Day!
Join CABC in Sacramento on Wednesday, August 14th, for the first advocacy day to speak on behalf of all of the hardworking families of California!
For details please see the attached CABC Capitol Day Save-The-Date flyer and feel free to distribute to your networks.
As part of our advocacy day to educate lawmakers and their . . . → Read More: California Asset Building Coalition’s Capitol Day – August 14th
From Getting By to Getting Ahead:
Paving the Way for Financial Success in California
A statewide symposium to support asset building programs and policies in California
December 4, 2012
8 am – 4 pm
Holiday Inn Fresno Downtown 1055 Van Ness Avenue, Fresno, CA 93721
Registration information: http://cabcassetbuilding2012.eventbrite.com/#
Please reference the California Asset Building . . . → Read More: CA Asset Building Coalition Event Update: Agenda
California Asset Building Symposium
Registration is now open!
From Getting By to Getting Ahead: Paving the Way for Financial Success in California
A statewide symposium to support asset building programs and policies in California.
December 4, 2012
Holiday Inn Fresno . . . → Read More: California Asset Building Symposium in Fresno – Dec 4, 2012
Asset Building Program Survey
New America Foundation sent out the following message regarding a survey to help them understand the interests and needs of their readership.
The Asset Building Program is conducting a short survey to better understand the interests and needs of our readership. Please help us by following this link and taking ten minutes to complete . . . → Read More: Survey: Asset Building Program
ADDRESSING POVERTY THROUGH ASSET BUILDING
Symposium to support asset building and EITC programs and policies
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
8am – 4:30pm
Burbank Airport Marriott
2500 Hollywood Way, Burbank CA 91505
The Symposium will explore best practices and policies that will shape the future of asset building. Learn what you can do to help low-income Californians claim available federal tax credits and . . . → Read More: Symposium to Support Asset Building and EITC Programs and Policies