Our Partners

Common Wealth Charlotte serves as the exclusive financial education/asset-building collaborative partner for more than 60 human service agencies and 3 strategic employers. Our partners include:

CWC provides multi-level financial education, re-banking and emergency loan services at no cost to these partners. Our education services are placed-based, with CWC staff conducting sessions at partner locations, giving clients ready access to all of its resources. (Currently, due to COVID-19, all client instruction and counseling has been transformed to virtual delivery.)  In addition, CWC offers a number of "open" sessions throughout each month allowing non-aligned clients the ability to engage our resources.

Partners such as Goodwill Industries, Center for Community Transitions, Charlotte Family Housing and others screen individuals participating in training programs who are expected to become employed in the near-term and/or are going through job advancement programs. Common Wealth Charlotte provides these workforce development clients with complimentary, holistic trauma-informed financial education, including workshops and one-to-one sessions designed to empower clients and to foster trust.

In 2020, CWC implemented a full-service complement directed to Charlotte's Latinx community. Staffed with three bi-lingual advisors, this partnership has already enlisted partnerships with ten organizations serving this growing segment of Charlotte's population.

76% of hourly employees live paycheck to paycheck.
    CNN Money

Employees spend an average of 20 hours a month at work dealing with stressful financial problems.

Charlotte ranked 50th in upward mobility among our country's 50 largest metro areas.

Equality of Opportunity Project, Harvard University


"Goodwill is excited about our partnership with Common Wealth Charlotte. We believe Goodwill's clients will reach financial milestones significantly faster when our workforce development programs services are integrated with CWC's financial capability services."

Chris Jackson
President & CEO of Goodwill Industries of the Southern Piedmont