Bank On Washington has opportunities for volunteer presenters from banks and credit unions.
The 2020 forum was more than just an annual gathering; it was an incubator of new ideas and opportunities to help improve the financial stability of our un- and underbanked neighbors. Watch the recordings to learn how you can engage your community in topics such as addressing the root causes of the racial wealth gap.
Bank On Washington Week continues, offering entertainment and education about money to help children and adults learn together.
In collaboration with The Financial Education Public-Private Partnership (FEPPP), Jump$tart Washington and the Financial Empowerment Network, students (filmmakers) were invited to produce a short film on financial inclusion that focuses on the barriers and solutions to being unbanked in Washington state.
The Financial Empowerment Network serves as the convening agency for Bank On Washington and envisions communities where low- and moderate-income individuals and families can achieve financial well-being.
Access Prosperity Now’s data tool to download estimates of unbanked and underbanked households at city, county, metro, and state levels.
The CFE Fund’s Bank ON National Account Standards provide local programs with a benchmark for account partnerships with financial institutions, and include both core and recommended features.
A report by the CFE Fund and the
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
National Survey of Unbanked and Underbanked Household
A joint report between the National Consumer Law Center and the CFE Fund