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Connecticut Asset Building Collaborative is an effective network of public, private, and non-profit organizations and partners that provide and advocate for programs, services and policies that help low and moderate income individuals and families achieve financial security.

For past Conference and Peer Learning materials go here

For Regional Meeting materials, go here

For past newsletters go here.

Engage with CABC on Social Media

This step onto the social media scene will increase awareness of the many asset building resources available and the profound impact they have, especially for low-income families.

  • Follow CABC on Facebook and Twitter
  • Share the page with your friends and colleagues to encourage them to follow us 
  • Tell us what we should be sharing by sending information to ctassetbuilding@gmail.com 

CABC received a generous donation from Farmington Bank  

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Farmington Bank made a generous donation to the Connecticut Asset Building Collaborative as part of their promotion of their new Fresh Start Savings program.  To read more about the program go here.

Collaborative Events

Savings Programs can be FUN! -- Prize-linked savings and other innovative strategies to encourage savings

Our next Peer Learning session is May 23. 1-3:30pm at Hands On Hartford, 55 Bartholomew Avenue, Hartford, CT 06106  Staff from Commonwealth (formerly Doorway to Dreams/D2D Fund) will be visiting from Massachusetts to talk about Prize Linked Savings, Gamification, Behavioral Aspects of Asset Building and Marketing of programs. 

Here is their description of the session:  During this session, you'll understand the principles of gamification and prize-linked savings, and learn about successful examples of these strategies. Through our gamification work, we've put into practice fun and engagement to promote positive growth in savings, no matter the amount. Through prize-linked savings, we've helped to create products to channel the excitement and opportunity of winning to savings actions. As we share these examples, we'll also highlight the role of user insights as a core pillar of our work. Join us and learn how you can bring gamification and prize-linked savings to your community.  

To register for the May 23 session, go here.

The 2017 Steering Committee meetings are posted on the Events page. 

Another Peer Learning event is projected late September in New Haven. 

Our third Regional Meeting is projected for mid-November in Fairfield County.

Dates and locations will be posted when finalized. 

Collaborative Member Events

To post information about your organization's asset building event - send it to:  CTAssetBuilding@gmail.com.

Policy and Program News

Check out the Recent News page above for articles from local and national media, announcements and more.

 

What is Asset Building?

The Collaborative's members do work in the following areas:

Entrepreneurship and Business Development

Financial Access and Products

Financial Education/Coaching/ Credit Counseling

Housing Assistance and Homeownership

Jobs and Workforce Development

Savings for Adults and Children, IDAs

Tax Assistance and Credits (VITA)

 

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