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AC CAN’s mission is to build the local capacity to create economic equity in Alameda County by working collectively with our members to develop innovative asset-building strategies, services, and policies.
We are a working group of service providers, credit unions and banks, community-based organizations, public agencies, and base building groups that work in partnership to increase the income and assets of low-to-moderate income Alameda County residents.
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AC CAN Member News Financial Capability and Inclusion: Leveraging Strategies and Tools to Empower Youth Two AC CAN members, MyPath and EARN, will speak in a new Exploring Innovation in Community Development webinar series hosted [...]
CFPB Director Cordray Listens to Oakland Residents AC CAN was happy to attend a Town Hall Meeting where Richard Cordray, Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), came to Oakland to listen to residents of Oakland [...]