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The Financial Pathways Collaborative is a group of caring organizations focused on helping individuals and families build lives of financial stability and independence.
United Way and our strategic partners are supporting people living in low-income situations to gain the knowledge, tools, and resources to create a life of independence and lift themselves out of poverty.
With participation by six financial institutions, United Way, and the City of Edmonton, these community-minded partners help deliver key programs that advance financial education, access to mainstream services, and connections to benefits and subsidies.
This collaborative creates real change in community by removing a proven barrier to financial stability and makes meaningful change in people’s lives
The Financial Pathways Collaborative supports the Each One, Teach One financial literacy program in our community.
Each One, Teach One is an innovative program where trained volunteer staff from local financial institutions deliver accessible and empowering financial literacy information to vulnerable clients in the community.
Chair: Chris Rattray, TD Bank
Kara Werner, ATB Financial
Gladys Balcarce, BMO
Lacey Jansen, Canadian Western Bank
Tamara Boyes, CIBC
Linda Guenther, City of Edmonton
Alexandria Onyedika, RBC
Folake Okusanya, RBC