We want to work with you, too.
And your employees, your clients, your congregation, your members.
77% of employers think that soft skills are as important as hard skills -- financial health contributes to a better performance at work and makes for better community members, and nearly a quarter of Grundy County residents are underbanked (they rely on some sort of alternative finance).
Do you think an employee who isn’t worrying about predatory debt will be a better employee? We do.
We want to partner with organizations who want to invest time in supporting their employees, congregation, or clients. We are looking for partner organizations who will vet potential clients and assist clients in the collection of required documents, referring individuals who will commit to improving their financial fitness and repaying any loans that they receive.
If your organization is interested in partnering, please complete the form below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.