Doorways to Dreams’ (D2D) SavingsQuest tool is an online and mobile platform that uses the principles of gamification to encourage savings among prepaid card users.
The Financial Health Network is submitting this letter in response to the request for comments on “Mobile Financial Services Strategies,” issued by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and published on May 3, 2016.
We can educate consumers and provide access to financial products and services. But how do we help consumers use their knowledge and tools to improve their financial behavior and become financially healthy?
Can a workplace financial counseling program leverage mobile tools to boost the financial health of low-and-moderate income employees?
MyBudgetCoach (MyBC), operated and distributed by Solutions for Progress (SfP), is an online platform designed to complement and enhance existing financial coaching programs.
MyPath partners with workforce development programs and financial institutions to help young adults improve their financial health.
New research reveals just how much money financially underserved consumers spend on financial products and services. The latest data shows that in 2014, consumers spent $138 billion to simply manage their financial lives.
Juma Ventures is a San Francisco-based youth development organization dedicated to helping low- income high school students save for and complete a four-year college degree.
Moneythink pairs college student mentors with high school student mentees to provide coaching on sound financial management.
LIFT-UP (Local Interventions for Financial Empowerment through Utility Payments) is a multi-city initiative overseen by the National League of Cities’ (NLC) Institute for Youth, Education, and Families designed to provide financial counseling to delinquent utility customers
In 2010, Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) launched its Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Credit Builder program with the primary goal to establish or improve credit for low-income Latino immigrants and help them responsibly manage credit over the long term.