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Economic skills, financial literacy, the ability to grow assets—all of these are important to the well-being of individuals and their families. They help people avoid unmanageable debt, create plans to reduce existing debt and learn how to use credit responsibly.
tactics for giving to improve financial stability
Support nonprofit organizations offering financial counseling and debt reduction programs to youth and low-income adults
Support organizations offering matched savings accounts for low-income families
Support organizations that help low-income individuals move toward first-time home ownership
Fund public education campaigns that raise awareness of predatory lending, credit unions and financial options
to organizations and initiatives that are successfully making a difference in improving financial stability
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Promoting Self-sufficiency to Make a Permanent, Positive Change
Hopelink serves homeless and low-income families, children, seniors and people with disabilities. With a wide range of services focused on promoting self-sufficiency, Hopelink can help with rent, emergency financial assistance, access to benefits, tax preparation and more. These services are aimed at helping individuals regain financial stability and make a permanent, positive change in their lives.
The Economic Contribution of Seattle Community Colleges
A recent economic impact study shows that the Seattle Community Colleges play a major role in the region's economy, creating a total impact in King County of $1.1 billion a year.
Jump$tart Washington is a nonprofit coalition created to promote the need for financial education in Washington state.
Building Security in America's Cities
Research released by the Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED) highlights local governments as new and powerful players in creating opportunities for financial stability for individuals and families.
Washington Asset Building Coalition
Washington Asset Building Coalition (WABC) came together in October, 2006 to expand asset building across the state.
Bank on Seattle-King County
Bank on Seattle-King County provides people with alternatives to paying more than they need to for financial services, in order to help them on a pathway to economic stability and success.
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