CNHED and the Credit Builders Alliance invite you to join us for this discussion as part of our continuing series Equitable Communities: Bridging Divides on Thursday, September 20 from noon to 2:00 pm on how making timely rental payments is connected to building credit and financial health.
Today’s credit reporting system often locks thousands of renters and aspiring homeowners — particularly those of color with poor or no credit history — out of the mainstream financial system without opportunities to build credit or other financial assets. Join us to discover how we can collectively assist residents and small business owners get their on-time rent payments reported to major credit bureaus to build credit and stronger financial health.
We will also discuss how this topic intentionally addresses the racial and economic barriers facing many low- and moderate-income District residents.
- Dara Duguay, Executive Director of Credit Builders Alliance
- Constance Bradley-Bryant, Financial Empowerment Coordinator of Jubilee Housing
This event is for you if you serve:
- First-time homebuyers
- Small business owners
- Job-seekers and employees
- Justice-involved/ returning citizens
- High school and college students
|Date:||Thursday, September 20, 2018|
|Time:||Noon - 2:00 pm|
|Location:||DCHFA (815 Florida Ave. NW)|