The September 2017 AFN Newsletter includes:

  • Members Making An Impact: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and JP Morgan Chase and Co. in an effort to tackle poverty
  • Measuring Financial Outcomes
  • Foundations Speak Out on DAC including: Annie E. Casey Foundation, The California Wellness Foundation, Ford Foundation, Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation, San Francisco Foundation and W.K.Kellogg Foundation
  • Record Inequality: The Top 1% Controls 38.6% of America’s Wealth
  • Big Legislative Wins for California Women & Families
  • Educational Attainment Not the Same for Black Women
  • Racial Equity is Good for Business
  • California Takes the Lead
  • Advancing the Field to Better Serve Consumers
  • Unions Make for a Strong Middle Class
  • Veterans Financial Health
  • Workers Like the Idea of State-Sponsored Auto-IRA Programs
  • EARN Receives $1 Million from JPMorgan Chase to Address National Savings Crisis
  • Startups say this Fintech ‘Lab’ is giving them needed access to Wall Street and Regulators
  • Upcoming AFN and industry events including: Income Volatility events in North Texas, San Antonio and webinar; Woodstock Institute public briefing on small business lending; and Policy Link Equity Summit 2018
  • And as always a letter from Joe Antolin, AFN Executive Director.