Investing in our communities

We're helping everyone take charge of their financial futures by guiding local businesses, motivating community investors and teaching customers how to manage their money.

Opening doors to affordable and sustainable housing

At 425 Grand Concourse in the Bronx, affordability and sustainability go hand in hand.

See why residents love the passive housing model—and why we're helping build a greener tomorrow.

Funding local futures

  • Leading through lending

    We help people and local businesses get the funds they need through programs like affordable housing, disaster relief and small farm financing.

  • Inspiring to invest

    By providing tax credits for low-income housing, new market investments and more, we encourage companies to contribute to small businesses and underserved neighborhoods.

Educating and empowering

Investing in our communities isn't just about money. It's about setting everyone up for success. Whether you're opening a business or planning for kids, we'll help you navigate life's major moments.

Small Business Resource Center
Get resources, tools and support for every stage of your business.

Let's talk money
Down-to-earth guidance on making the most of your money.

Adaptive Learning
Help learners get the basic financial skills needed for employment and independent living.

Wow! Zone
Help kids learn about money with free lessons, activities and a virtual stock market game.

Building a better tomorrow, one step at a time

Investing in students with unique learning needs

The Cotting School supports students with unique learning needs and helps them reach their full potential. With a $10 million loan from us, the non-profit will enhance its services and facilities to benefit even more students—for decades to come.

A critical lifeline for individuals facing homelessness

For years, Project HOME has provided shelter and on-site services to Philadelphians facing eviction. Learn how we supported their mission during COVID-19.

Empowering future generations with financial know-how

Our Financial Scholars program teaches elementary and middle schoolers about income, careers, credit and more. It's reached thousands of students across Florida, Massachusetts and New Jersey—and even empowered one kid to help his parents with their mortgage.

See how else we're supporting our communities