You’ve spent hours and months designing a program to improve your consumers’ financial lives; you’ve built it, but will they come?
AFN’s latest brief, Consumer Engagement: Helping People Want What They Need, released late February, provides a new approach to promote the sustained adoption and use of financial empowerment efforts.
LIVE ONLINE EVENTS
Wednesday, February 10 |1pm EST - AFN MEMBER Advance Preview
The Advance Preview iwas exclusively for AFN Members.
Wednesday, February 24 |1pm EST
This webinar presentation provided funders and providers both a philosophy and a process for developing and delivering financial empowerment products, programs, and services. Brief authors, Tim Flacke, Executive Director, D2D Fund and Kristen Bryant, Innovation Director, D2D Fund, shared an actionable framework, showcased diverse examples from the field, and highlighted tangible recommendations for financial empowerment funders.
Evelyn Stark, Metlife Foundation, moderated a discussion about the challenges and opportunities of more effectively engaging low-income consumers in financial empowerment work and the role of philanthropy.
Brief - Consumer Engagement: Helping People Want What They Need