• “For FII, our partnership with MAF represents a tool that is leveraging the natural capacity and ingenuity of families.”

    – Jorge Blandon, Vice President, Family Independence Initiative

    Oakland, CA

  • “Mission Asset Fund created an incredible back structure and it was so easy. Jose has helped us get our first funding with a local bank and now we’re hoping to get more funding so we can keep expanding this program.”

    – Aquilina Soriano, Executive Director, Pilipino Workers Center

    Los Angeles, CA

  • “Lending Circles is a good vehicle to integrate communities and provide opportunities. It allows Dreamers, aspiring citizens and homeowners to have the financial means to create social impact.”

    – Ruby Lee, President, C​omunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio

    Minneapolis, MN

WHY WE PARTNER

The demand for affordable, credit-building opportunities is growing. That’s why MAF is building a national network of nonprofit providers to expand access to Lending Circles. By partnering with nonprofit organizations across the nation, we are helping thousands of individuals emerge from the financial shadows and build brighter futures.

We leverage cutting-edge technology to build our partners’ capacity with an interactive social loan platform. This platform functions as a nexus of community support, technical assistance, and program and client management. MAF helps our nonprofit partners deliver the best service to their clients so that communities can benefit from increased financial mobility and stability.

 

OUR PARTNERS

  • California

    AnewAmerica
    Asian Resources Inc.
    Brown Boi Project
    Building Skills Partnership
    East LA Community Corporation
    Family Independence Initiative
    Fremont Family Resource Center
    Game Theory Academy
    Koreatown Youth and Community Center, Inc.
    LIFT – Los Angeles
    Mexican American Opportunity Foundation
    Peninsula Family Service
    Pilipino Workers Center of Southern CA
    Rubicon Programs
    San Francisco LGBT Community Center
    Youth Policy Institute

  • Colorado

    NEWSED Community Development
    Corporation

  • D.C

    Latino Economic Development Center
    National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development (CAPACD)

  • Florida

    Catalyst Miami

  • Georgia

    Center for Pan Asian Community Services

  • Illinois

    Center for Changing Lives
    The Resurrection Project

  • Kentucky

    Brighton Center

  • Massachusetts

    Family Independence Initiative

  • Michigan

    Southwest Solutions

  • Minnesota

    Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio
    Project for Pride in Living

  • Nevada

    Financial Guidance Center

  • New York

    Chhaya Community Development Corporation
    Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement, Inc

  • Ohio

    Asian Services in Action
    Santa Maria Community Services

  • Oregon

    Hacienda CDC
    The Next Door

  • Tennessee

    Conexion Americas

  • Texas

    Chinese Community Center
    Pathfinders

  • Virginia

    Northern Virginia Family Service

  • Washington

    El Centro de La Raza

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