The North Carolina Assets Alliance is a 76-member state-wide coalition of public, private and non-profit insitutions whose vision is to expand economic opportunity and build a more stable financial future for all North Carolinians.
The N.C. Assets Alliance educates the public and policymakers about asset-based strategies that can connect households and communities with to work, income supports, and opportunities to generate savings and build and protect assets.
A core set of shared values underlies our work.
- Interdependence: The success of our households, businesses, government and communities is interdependent.
- Opportunity: All North Carolinians have an equitable opportunity to participate in the economy.
- Prosperity: All North Carolinians share in the state’s prosperity.
The N.C. Assets Alliance
- shares information about emerging practice, research and policy opportunities,
- develops and promotes a state asset policy agenda
- educates policymakers and decision makers about issues affecting low- and moderate-income households in the state.
The N.C. Assets Alliance gratefully acknowledges the financial support and technical assistance of the following organizations:
C.S. Mott Foundation
Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation
Annie E. Casey Foundation
North Carolina Council on Developmental Disabilities
Center for Social Development, Washington University
Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation
Bank of America
- Action for Children NC
- AFL-CIO of NC
- The Arc of NC
- Center for Responsible Lending
- Community Reinvestment Association of NC
- Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Atlanta Region Community Affairs
- Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond - Charlotte Office
- Fiscal Progress
- GoodWork, Inc.
- IDA and Asset Building Collaborative of NC
- Latino Community Credit Union
- MDC Inc.
- EITC Carolinas Initiative
- NC Bankers' Association
- NC Community Development Initiative
- NC Council on Developmental Disabilities
- NC Department of Commerce, Division of Community Assistance
- NC Department of Labor, Individual Development Account Program
- NC Housing Coalition
- NC Housing Finance Agency
- NC Justice Center
- NC Indian Economic Development Initiative
- NC Institute of Minority Economic Development
- NC Office of the Commissioner of Banks
- NC Office of Minority Health and Health Disparities
- NC Rural Economic Development Center
- NC State University Cooperative Extension
- Southern Coalition for Social Justice
- UNC Center for Community Capital
- UNC School of Social Work
- United Way of NC
- Wilson County DSS