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Common Wealth Charlotte

Dec 6, 2018

Common Wealth Charlotte is a local non-profit that provides financial literacy education and access to non-predatory financial services to Charlotte’s low-income families. Epic Capital has been a big fan and supporter of theirs over the past several years. Mid last year we partnered with them on a volunteer basis, serving monthly at their financial workshops.

Charlotte has approximately 150,000 residents working full time and making 30 to 35 percent of the area median income (AMI). As a partner to 36 local nonprofits and workforce development agencies, CWC’s goal is to assist in the achievement of financial independence through innovative financial education, asset-building strategies and access to non-predatory banking services and loans. CWC believes financial instability underpins every challenge faced by this population, including housing, transportation, education, employment security, debt management and access to healthcare. CWC’s mission to establish pathways to financial stability is integral to this population’s well-being, as well as to Charlotte’s community-wide initiative of increasing upward mobility for its underserved residents. To learn more about the incredible work they do or to help support their efforts, please visit www.commonwealthcharlotte.org.

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