San Antonio: Increasing the Financial Health of San Antonio Residents & Multi-Sector Strategies that Drive Security and Equity
The economic health of cities and communities depends on the financial health and stability of residents. Economically secure families are better able to weather temporary income drops, they are less likely to rely on local services, and they can also better contribute to the local economy. What do we know about the financial health of families in the San Antonio region? How do these issues relate to equity and economic segregation in the City of San Antonio? What can be done to increase the financial health of families?
On May 2, attendees listened to an important conversation about improving the financial health of working families in San Antonio, and learned about the latest city-level data revealing the financial health of San Antonio as well as insights about replicable strategies that promote economic security and equity.
9:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. – Registration & Networking
10:00 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. – Forum
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. – Funder-only Luncheon
Caroline Ratcliffe, Senior Fellow, Urban Institute
Ann Baddour, Director, Fair Financial Services Project, Texas Appleseed
Raquel Valdez, BCL of Texas
Carolyn Watson, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, San Antonio Branch
402 Dwyer Ave, San Antonio, TX 78204
Questions? Contact Frances A. Gonzalez, San Antonio Area AFN Program Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org
SAN ANTONIO AREA ASSET FUNDERS NETWORK
San Antonio Area AFN is a regional chapter of grantmakers who invest in opportunities for low and middle income individuals and families to build economic well-being. Click here to learn more.