Partners

Our Coalition
Bank On Atlanta works to connect everyone to safe and appropriate financial products and services.

Join Us

Bank On Atlanta is part of the national Bank On movement; like dozens of other Bank On coalitions across the country, Bank On Atlanta members represent community-based organizations, financial institutions and local  & federal government agencies.  These organizations provide services and resources such as financial education, credit counseling and coaching, savings programs, credit building and credit repair, employment assistance, youth engagement and other financial empowerment programming.

Bank On Atlanta is not only committed to connecting residents to safe and affordable banking products, we want to lead you on a path towards a stronger financial future. Our coalition members meet regularly to identify points of collaboration, community engagement opportunities, share best practices, and to develop innovative ideas. Our partners have services for adults, youth, seniors, re-entry residents, veterans, entrepreneurs/small business owners, and persons with disabilities.

Joining or supporting Bank On Atlanta helps us promote our critical work for connect individuals and families to safe and affordable banking products towards a stronger financial future.

Our Partners

1st Choice Credit Union

Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs

Atlanta Habitat for Humanity

Atlanta Community Food Bank

Bank OZK

Cadence Bank

CareSource

Chase Bank

Citizens Trust

Credit Union of Atlanta

Department of Watershed Management

Georgia Micro Enterprise Network

Georgia Watch

Georgia’s Own Credit Union

Social Development Commission

Iberia Bank

Invest Atlanta

LiftFund, Inc.

Money Management International

On the Rise Financial Center

Operation Hope

Red Shield Services, subsidiary of Salvation Army

Regions Bank

RightPath

Salvation Army

Synergies Work, Inc.

Unity National Bank

United Way of Greater Atlanta

Urban League of Greater Atlanta

US Department of Housing and Urban Development

US Small Business Administration

Wells Fargo

Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative

WorkSource