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  • How the Federal Tax Code is Driving Inequity and What You Can Do About It Summary and Recording | Asset Funders Network
    Mobility Network AFN Members AFN Regional Chapters Bay Area Metropolitan Chicago North Texas Connect AFN Events Past Events Events from the Field Grantmaker Conference 2015 Join our Mailing List Join AFN Membership Options Membership FAQ Membership Form Educate What is Asset Building AFN Grantmaker Briefs AFN Webinars Financial Coaching Women s Wealth Gap AFN Newsletter Archive Resource Library Tax Alliance for Economic Mobility How the Federal Tax Code is Driving

    Original URL path: http://assetfunders.org/educate/resources/how-the-federal-tax-code-is-driving-inequity-and-what-you-can-do-about-it (2016-05-01)
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  • AFN Tax Policy Project - Seizing the Moment | Asset Funders Network
    from the Field Grantmaker Conference 2015 Join our Mailing List Home Connect AFN Tax Policy Project Seizing the Moment AFN Tax Policy Project Seizing the Moment May 17 2013 1 00pm 2 00pm EDT Grantmaker Webinar This webinar has been completed See recording below Practitioners advocates policymakers researchers and grantmakers who care about family financial security are increasingly viewing national tax policy reform as a window of opportunity to advance asset building policy that will significantly benefit low and moderate income people and people of color Funders have an important role in making this type of reform a reality Grantmakers joined AFN on Friday May 17th from 1 00 2 00 pm EDT for a briefing on AFN s new Tax Policy Project The webinar gave an understanding of current tax reform conversations underway in Washington the window of opportunity to advance asset building policy and the process that AFN will be facilitating to support stakeholders to identify and advance shared priorities as part of the political process This webinar featured comments from Robert Friedman CFED Eugene Steuerle Urban Brookings Tax Policy Center Lisa Mensah The Aspen Institute Initiative on Financial Security AFN Tax Policy Project Co Chairs Kilolo Kijakazi

    Original URL path: http://assetfunders.org/connect/afn-tax-policy-project-seizing-the-moment (2016-05-01)
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  • Sponsor Level Members | Asset Funders Network
    Membership FAQ Membership Form Network AFN Members Institutional Members Supporting Members Affiliate Members AFN Regional Chapters Bay Area Metropolitan Chicago North Texas Home Network AFN Members Supporting Members Supporting Members Thank you to all of our AFN Supporting Members listed below their generous support allows the AFN to continue to grow into a dynamic community of active and engaged grantmakers impacting the lives of those who need it most Capital

    Original URL path: http://assetfunders.org/network/afn-members/sponsor-level-members (2016-05-01)
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  • Institutional Members | Asset Funders Network
    Conference 2015 Join our Mailing List Join AFN Membership Options Membership FAQ Membership Form Network AFN Members Institutional Members Supporting Members Affiliate Members AFN Regional Chapters Bay Area Metropolitan Chicago North Texas Home Network AFN Members Institutional Members Institutional Members AFN Institutional Grantmaker support allows AFN to broaden and expand its programming and impact Alameda Social Services Alfond Scholarship Foundation Bank of America Central Indiana Community Foundation Chicago Foundation for Women Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund Communities Foundation of Texas Corporation for Supportive Housing Dallas Women s Foundation Friedman Family Foundation Indiana Philanthropy Alliance Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative Key Bank LISC Indianapolis Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation Northwest Area Foundation PNC Prudential Foundation Pullium Charitable Trust S H Cowell Foundation Sand Hill Foundation The Annie E Casey Foundation The California Wellness Foundation The Clowes Fund Inc The Marcled Foundation The Meadows Foundation The Miles Foundation The Women s Fund of Greater Birmingham United Way of Central Indiana United Way of Metropolitan Dallas United Way of Tarrant County United Way of the Bay Area United Way Silicon Valley USA Funds Walmart Foundation Sam s Club Giving Program Walter Elise Haas Fund Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation Women s Fund of Central Indiana Y

    Original URL path: http://assetfunders.org/network/afn-members/institutional-member-organizations (2016-05-01)
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  • Affiliate Members | Asset Funders Network
    Chapters Bay Area Metropolitan Chicago North Texas Connect AFN Events Past Events Events from the Field Grantmaker Conference 2015 Join our Mailing List Join AFN Membership Options Membership FAQ Membership Form Network AFN Members Institutional Members Supporting Members Affiliate Members AFN Regional Chapters Bay Area Metropolitan Chicago North Texas Home Network AFN Members Affiliate Members Affiliate Members Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Federal Reserve Bank

    Original URL path: http://assetfunders.org/network/afn-members/affiliate-members (2016-05-01)
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  • North Texas: Funders Forum featuring the Promise of Two-Generation Strategies | Asset Funders Network
    Promise of Two Generation Strategies Apr 05 2016 North Texas Funders Forum Featuring the Promise of Two Generation Strategies More than 80 regional funders and nonprofit practitioners gathered on April 5 in Dallas for the North Texas Asset Funders Network s spring Funders Forum exploring two generation strategies for supporting families and children together The Forum featured a presentation by Dr Christopher King from the Ray Marshall Center for the

    Original URL path: http://assetfunders.org/connect/north-texas-two-generation-strategies-spring-funders-forum (2016-05-01)
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  • North Texas Asset Funders Network Fall Meeting | Asset Funders Network
    important conversation about a new framework for supporting the financial security of low income and working families Despite growing and focused efforts to help low income working families get ahead through education and workforce interventions many families simply do not know how to effectively leverage income into financial stability All too often financial education is not enough to empower low income families to take control of their financial lives Few organizations have the expertise support or resources alone to confront this challenge A new approach for addressing these challenges leverages a comprehensive framework or ecosystem that includes a range of direct services capacity building and advocacy services to meet the partner specific interconnected needs of people organizations and systems This holistic model delivers high quality financial development services while also recognizing different resources are appropriate for different financial issues and outcomes By building financial security where customers already are community based organizations can serve more customers according to their specific needs Based on proven results the financial security ecosystem brings faster better cheaper outcomes to all partners A panel of regional funders and national and community based service providers will discuss the financial security ecosystem and how implementation of the

    Original URL path: http://assetfunders.org/connect/north-texas-asset-funders-network-fall-meeting (2016-05-01)
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  • North Texas AFN presents Building Assets and Economic Opportunity through Career Pathways | Asset Funders Network
    and Economic Opportunity through Career Pathways Jun 02 2015 Good jobs with career pathways benefit both families and communities Good jobs are asset building vehicles that help workers advance across the life course provide their families with financial security support wealth building and strengthen whole communities A lack of relevant in demand skills often puts good jobs out of reach for low income workers and fuels gender and racial wealth gaps Join the North Texas Asset Funders Network for its Summer Funders Forum Building Assets and Economic Opportunity through Career Pathways for an important conversation about the roles that philanthropy and the nonprofit sector can play in helping low income families succeed in North Texas Participants will hear an update on findings about labor market conditions in the DFW region recommendations for addressing the mismatch between employer needs and the skills of current low income job seekers as well as an engaging discussion with national and regional funders and practitioners about best practices from across the US that could be replicated locally Speakers include Bob Nicholson NPower Jaimi Cortes The Women s Foundation of California Loh Sze Leung Jobs for the Future Mark Popovich The Hitachi Foundation Event Resources Click

    Original URL path: http://assetfunders.org/connect/building-assets-and-economic-opportunity-through-career-pathways (2016-05-01)
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