Food, clothing, financial literacy, and advocacy -- these professional partners help ensure the poorest are not forgotten. Click the links below to see their websites.
A non-profit community resource devoted to lifelong Financial Literacy. Over five decades, Clarifi has helped people identify and secure the most important assets in their lives.
A core ministry of Friendship House, the Clothing Bank of Delaware has three primary missions. Firstly, it serves as a clearing house for the collection and distribution of donated clothing and a delivery service to those community agencies in direct contact with individuals and families in need. Secondly, it provides entry level employment and training to women re-entering the work force. Thirdly, it creates volunteer opportunities for churches, businesses and community organizations.
The Money School, the signature program of the nonprofit Delaware Financial Literacy Institute, offers more than 600 free, no-hassle personal finance classes a year. Classes are held throughout the state.
Acts to ensure equitable treatment and equal access to credit and capital for the under-served populations and communities throughout Delaware through advocacy, education, legislation, and outreach.
Thrivent Financial for Lutherans is a faith-based, not-for-profit membership organization nearly 2.5 million members strong, the nation's largest fraternal benefit society.
Founded in 1946, United Way of Delaware (UWD) works to advance the common good by focusing on the three building blocks to a good life: Education, Income and Health. UWD is engaged in a long-tem strategy to eliminate the root causes of Delaware's most pressing social problems in New Castle, Kent, and Sussex counties. UWD works collectively with business, government, social service agencies, academic groups, community organizations and concerned individuals to establish positive, long-lasting solutions for today and into the future.