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Partnering with CFR

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

Advance Memphis

Alameda County Social Services Agency

Alameda Point Collaborative

Allen Temple 

Apex Community Services

Aspire Public Schools

Atlanta Mission

BALANCE of San Francisco

Black Organizing Project

Branded Collective

Bright Futures Growth Development Center

Building Blocks for Kids

CA$H Prosperity Campaign

Campaign for Working Families

CASH Oregon

Catholic Charities Houma Thibodaux

Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO)

Chief Dull Knife College

Chrysalis Center


Civic Works Baltimore

Co-Opportunity, Inc.

Contra Costa Family Justice Alliance

Cole Hardware

College of San Mateo

Community Action Marin

Community Action Partnership of Kern

Community Action Skagit County

Community Housing Partnership

County of Santa Clara

DC Central Kitchen

East Bay Center for the Performing Arts

East Oakland Collective

East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation (EBALDC)

Fair Credit 

First 5 Alameda County

First 5 Contra Costa County

First Place for Youth

Fremont Family Resource Center

Get Your Refund, Code for America

Goodwill Central Coast

Goodwill of Central Michigan’s Heartland, Inc.

Goodwill San Francisco, Marin, San Mateo

Goodwill Silicon Valley

Goodwill Industries of Tulsa

Grand Lake Theatrix CTA

Greater Richmond Interfaith Program (GRIP)

Green River Asset Building

Harvest Hands CDC

Healing Circles of Hope

Healthy & Active Before 5

Heartland Alliance

Hess Advantage Inc.

Homeboy Industries

Impact America 

Jefferson Economic Development Institute (JEDI)

LA Conservation Corps

Liberty’s Kitchen

LIFT National

Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA)

Monarch Foundation

Mr. Sparkle

Multnomah County


Nehemiah Gateway CDC

New Earth Organization

New Horizons Shreveport 

New Moms

Nez Perce Tribal Housing Authority

Neighborhood Improvement Association CDC

Northland Free Tax Assistance

Northwest Indian Opportunities Industrialization Center

Omaha EITC Coalition

Open Research Lab

Opportunity Junction

Pacifica Resource Center

Peninsula Family Services

Pio Decimo Center

Piton Foundation

Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH)

Prepare and Prosper

Roberts Enterprise Development Fund (REDF)

Research Foundation City University of New York (RF CUNY)

Restoring Our Communities

Revolution Foods

Rivet School

Ryse Center

Roots Community Health

Sacred Heart Community Service

Safe Return Project

Samaritan House

San Antonio CDC

San Francisco Human Services Agency

San Francisco Office of Financial Empowerment

San Francisco Unified School District

Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration (SEED)

Seeds of Change

South Sound Outreach

SparkPoint Contra Costa

Springboard for the Arts

Squaxin Island Tax Site

Tehama County Community Action Agency 

The Potter’s House Ministries, Inc.

Think of Us


United Community Action Partnership

United Way Anderson County

United Way Capital Area

United Way of Greater Richmond and Pittsburg

United Way Greenville County

United Way of Northern California

United Way of Tarrant County

United Way of the Bay Area

United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona

United Way of West Florida

University of Connecticut


Walter & Elise Haas Fund

Young Women’s Freedom Center

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