The North Carolina Assets Alliance is a state-wide coalition of public, private and non-profit organizations whose shared vision is to expand economic opportunity and build a more stable financial future for all North Carolinians.

The N.C. Assets Alliance educates the public and policymakers about asset-based strategies that connect households and communities to work and income supports, provide opportunities to generate savings, and build and protect assets.

Latest Asset Building News

Join us for our first ever Financial Security Day at the Legislature to be held on June 12 in Raleigh.
We will focus on the needs of low-income people and how public investments build financial stability and prosperity for all.
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Latest Asset Building Research

A new report from Tom Shapiro and the Institute for Assets and Social Policy at Brandeis University analyzes the U.S.'s widening racial wealth gap. Read the entire report, " The Roots of the Widening Racial Wealth Gap: Explaining the Black-White Economic Divide."

Asset Building in Practice

North Carolina Assets Alliance participates in The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation's coalition development and peer-learning process aimed at advancing asset building policies and practices at the state level. To view the report of this group of 10 states' activities, visit http://iasp.brandeis.edu/pdfs/2014/Perspectives.pdf

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