And Update about JoinBankOn.org
Dear Bank On partners,
The Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund (CFE Fund) is leading a national movement that supports local Bank On coalition efforts to expand banking access for consumers outside the financial mainstream. As part of our efforts, we are excited to launch a new online home for Bank On, at www.cfefund.org/bankon.
The new website . . . → Read More: Update about JoinBankOn.org
CFE Fund Announces Nationwide Effort in Support of Under-Banked Households
The Cities for Financial Empowerment (CFE) Fund is pleased to announce a new partnership with the JPMorgan Chase Foundation to launch Bank On 2.0. The new initiative will identify best practices and build a national, evidence-based strategy that will help people, who might otherwise be subject to . . . → Read More: Bank On 2.0 – CFE Fund Announces Nationwide Effort in Support of Under-Banked Households
Featured Financial Literacy Program: Oak Valley Community Bank
Oak Valley Community Bank is pleased to play a proactive role in providing financial education in the communities we serve. The following are programs we currently have actively deployed in the area:
Bank On Stanislaus
The United Way of Stanislaus County approached us in the fall of 2011, and asked us . . . → Read More: Featured Financial Literacy Program: Oak Valley Community Bank – Bank On Stanislaus, Money Smart, EverFi
From the 2012 Assets Learning Conference
September 21, 2012
Future Directions for Bank On: What We’ve Learned and Where We’re Headed
Among financial access initiatives, Bank On programs have become the fastest growing strategy to connect unbanked consumers to free or low-cost starter or “second chance” accounts. These programs . . . → Read More: Future Directions for Bank On: What We’ve Learned and Where We’re Headed
CFED Releases Report on Sustainability of Bank On Programs From a Financial Institution Perspective
CFED released new research for the Bank On field that, for the first time, explores the success and sustainability of Bank On programs from the perspective of the financial institution. The report, called Partnerships You Can Bank On: Sustainable Financial Institution Engagement in Bank . . . → Read More: CFED Report: Partnerships You Can Bank On: Sustainable Financial Institution Engagement in Bank On Programs
Bank On Webinar Recording
On Thursday, December 1, presenters from CFED, the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the National League of Cities and the San Francisco Office of Financial Empowerment presented on a webinar about the national Bank On field.
The hour-and-a-half-long discussion, including presenters’ remarks and a demonstration of this website, can be watched by clicking on . . . → Read More: Bank On Webinar Recording
New Resource for Communities to Meet Financial Needs of Families
By: Louisa Quittman
The following information was published on Treasury Notes, the U.S. Treasury’s Blog regarding the relaunch of the Bank On Web site.
… with support from the U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Treasurer of the City and County of San Francisco, the nonprofit Corporation . . . → Read More: New Resource for Communities to Meet Financial Needs of Families
Bank on Gaithersburg Video
Learn more about Bank on Gaithersburg, Maryland by visiting their . . . → Read More: Check Out this Video by Bank On Gaithersburg!
Sacramento Community Based Organization Partners with Bank on Sacramento to Provide Financial Education Workshops
Greater Sacramento Urban League
Greater Sacramento Urban League (GSUL) is a Bank on Sacramento community based organization (CBO) partner. They have conducted a financial education workshop on basic banking skills every month as part of their Bank on Sacramento partnership.
Through Bank on Sacramento, the . . . → Read More: CBO Partners with Bank on Sacramento to Provide Financial Education Workshops – Greater Sacramento Urban League