We’re here to support you in achieving your financial goals – whatever they may be. Check out our financial services below to find the tools that will work best for you, whether that’s an online financial workshop, a one-on-one meeting with a financial coach, or a mobile app you can use on your own schedule.
Join our live online sessions offered via Zoom on different financial topics. These interactive sessions are offered in English and Spanish. All sessions are free. Save a seat today.
Meet one-on-one with a financial coach to work on a personalized financial journey. Set up a plan of action or navigate topics such as credit building, budgeting, and paying down debt. Sessions are over the phone or Zoom, and, free.
MAF’s Financial Education on the go. You’ll get financial education, tools, and resources to create a personalized action plan. Use it to track your progress and celebrate reaching your goals! Available in English and Spanish.
MAF’s Charlas Financieras are curated to be timely, accurate, and relevant to your financial journey. Join us to discuss different financial topics, tools, and tips. Explore upcoming sessions below and register for the ones you’re interested in today!
Credit is like a financial passport that can have a huge impact on your life. Join this session to understand how credit works, why it’s important, and what you can do now to establish or improve your credit score.
Tanda. Susu. Paluwagan. Hui. If you’ve ever joined one of these, then you’ve participated in a version of Lending Circles! Join us to learn how MAF’s Lending Circles program can help you save, build credit, and achieve financial goals with people in your community.
Self-employment can be a great way to make money while giving yourself more control over your work and schedule. In this session, we’ll dive into its pros and cons and explore how you can start your self-employment journey.
Not familiar with MAF’s Charlas Financieras or can’t make it to the live sessions? Check out our previous topics on your own time!
“Sometimes it can be hard to come up with $465,” says Gustavo Cerritos, 22, an immigrant being helped by Mission Asset Fund.”
“Nonprofits and government organizations have stepped in to help: Mission Asset Fund, a nonprofit in the San Francisco Bay Area, is covering Amzi’s application, along with that of 6,000 other Dreamers.”
“I just don’t want money to be an excuse for people not applying,” said Ceja, who is a DACA recipient himself.”
“These are families that want to give to society and help build this society. I’ve lived it—that’s my family.”