We work with organizations that are committed to the financial well-being of all low-income, low-wealth households.

Community Financial Resources draws upon our financial services expertise, lived experiences of poverty, and track record of consumer advocacy to develop a pathway of solutions that enable the communities we serve to achieve financial health and wellbeing. We focus on equity and the need to build, preserve and protect the wealth of low-income, low-wealth households, with a focus on communities of color. Through our national network of partnerships with over 100+ nonprofits and employers, CFR connects low-income and financially vulnerable households with consumer-friendly banking products and financial planning tools that help them build financial management skills, protect assets, and establish wealth.

We also bring a consumer advocacy and community organizing perspective to the table. It is this unique mix that separates us from others in the field. Partners have direct access not only to CFR’s vetted financial products and tools but also to our project management and execution expertise to:

  1. Provide wealth-building opportunities for families.
  2. Build employee financial wellness.
  3. Promote economic security for all.

Interested in partnering with CFR? Contact us.

Read our Partner Spotlight series to hear from our partners.

Some of our trusted partnerships:

Accounting Aid Society
Adobe Services
Advance Memphis
Alameda County
Allen Temple Baptist Church
Bay Area Community Services
Brighter Beginnings
Building Blocks for Kids
CA$H Prosperity Campaign
Campaign for Working Families
Capital Area United Way
Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO)
Change Machine
Chief Dull Knife College
Child Advocates of Placer County
City of Oakland
Clean Decisions
College of San Mateo
Community Action Duluth
Community Action of Skagit County
Community Action Partnership of Kern
Community Services Agency
Compass Family Services
County of Santa Clara
Courageous Women Association
Creatives Rebuild New York
Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux
Catholic Charities
East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation (EBALDC)
Family Houston
Family Justice Center
Financial Capability Investment
Firebrand Artisan Bread
First Place for Youth
Fremont Family Resource Center
Grace Solutions
Grand Lake Theatrix- Daddys at Work
Green River Asset Building Coalition (GRABC)
Harvest Hands Community
Development Corporation
Hess Advantage
Human Services Center Mon Valley
Inclusive Action for the City
Jefferson Economic Development Institute (JEDI)
Jewish Family Service of San Diego
Just Harvest
Laney College – Restoring our Communities
Metropolitan Family Service (CASH Oregon)
Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA)
National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders
National Council of Jewish Women: Los Angeles
National Urban League Greater Atlanta
Nehemiah Gateway Community Development Corporation
Nehemiah Gateway Community Development Corporation
Neighborhood Improvement Association
Neighborhood Industries
New Horizons Independent Living Center
New Moms
Nez Perce Tribe
North Hills Community Outreach Office of Financial Empowerment, Resilience and Community Services, Louisville
Olympic Community Action Partnership
One Treasure Island
Opportunity Junction
Peninsula Family Service
Pio Decimo Center
Prepare + Prosper
Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH)
Revolution Foods
Root and Rebound
Rooted School Foundation
RYSE Center
Samaritan House
San Antonio Community Development Corporation
San Diego for Every Child
San Francisco Housing Development Corporation (SFHDC)
San Francisco Human Services Agency
San Francisco Unified School District
Santa Cruz Community Ventures SimplifyCT (formerly Virtual VITA)
Social Finance
SparkPoint Contra Costa Springboard for the Arts Squaxin Island Tribe Tehama County Community Action Agency
The Bridge Project
The Potter’s House Ministries Transformational Prison Project Tri-County Action Program (Tri-CAP)
United Community Action Partnership
United Way Greenville County
United Way of Northern California
United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania
United Way of Tarrant County
United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona
Urban Tilth
Yellow Springs Community Foundation Young Women’s Freedom Center

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About us

Community Financial Resources is a solution-provider. We see a world where everyone has the tools needed to have financial stability, protect their assets, and establish a foundation to build wealth. We promote economic justice and fairness by providing financial inclusion solutions based on the latest research, backed by our financial industry partners, and delivered by organizations representing the communities we serve.