Volunteer

volunteersEmail us if you would like to be considered for any of the following volunteer opportunities in Durham/Raleigh:

  • Social media, newsletter, interviews and communications
  • Meeting organization for financial education workshops
  • Event planning
  • Greeting card assistance for mailing
  • Youth and family coach
  • Photography
  • Data analysis for targeted outreach

 

We also recruit volunteers for wealth coaches, event coordination, and administration in the following North Carolina cities:

  • Fayetteville
  • Winston-Salem
  • Asheville
  • Lincolnton
  • Charlotte
  • Greensboro
  • Durham
  • Hillsborough
  • Kinston
  • Plymouth
  • Rich Square

 

How to Give

First - be educated about financial security. Read and learn from our FaceBook pages and websites: North Carolina Saves and NC Assets.

Next - share your time. We can use your talents to encourage others with their financial goals, to join your voices with others in speaking up for our families, and to help lead us into our future. Check out Get Involved/Volunteer for current listings.

Finally - make a contribution. Visit Get Involved/Donate Now.

Who Supports Us

Bank of America Foundation
BB&T
CFED
Citi Foundation
City of Raleigh
Corporation for National and Community Service
C.S. Mott Foundation
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
First Carolina Bank
First Citizens Bank
Gateway Bank and Trust
JPMorgan Chase
Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation
MDC
North Carolina Cooperative Extension
North Carolina Council on Developmental Disabilities
North Carolina Credit Union League
North Carolina Department of Commerce
North Carolina Department of Labor
North Carolina Electric Cooperatives
North Carolina Housing Finance Agency
North Carolina Institute for Minority Economic Development
PNC
Prosperity Now
SunTrust Bank
UNC Center for Community Capital
UNC School of Social Work
Wells Fargo Foundation
Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation

Why Give

Your gift helps break the cycle of poverty in North Carolina and creates a state where all have the opportunity to move up the economic ladder. Income is important, but it is not enough. Individuals and households can build assets when financial education is available in communities across the state - we all need to know how to choose consumer friendly financial products and steer clear of high cost, predatory services. You can move more people toward economic security by investing in The Collaborative.

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