ONAC'S Work in 2021
Resource Guide for Native Women Entrepreneurs
January BNC Virtual Train-the-Trainer
Financial Coaching with a Racial Equity Lens
Financial Capability and Asset Building: Achievements, Challenges, and Next Steps (2020-2025). Opening Plenary: The Future of Financial Security: Tech, Equity, and the Role of Nonprofits. ONAC participated as a discussant.
Sample OK 529 Application (used as reference for CSA program)
Native Financial Education Practitioners Summit: Building Assets in Native Communities through VITA and Other Integrated Programming
Meeting the Financial Needs and Services of Native Americans: Native Bank On ONAC
Get Banked Indian Country
ONAC Financial Coaching Registration
ONAC Financial Coaching Flyer
The Oklahoma Native Assets Coalition, Inc. (ONAC) wishes to thank Indian Country Today for the opportunity to speak about several of ONAC's programs. The interview, with colleague Felecia Freeman, is included in this newscast: https://indiancountrytoday.com/newscasts/christy-finsel-09-02-2021
What Features Should You Look for When Opening a Savings or Checking Account at a Bank or Credit Union?
Finsel, C. & Edwards, K. (September 2021). Wealth Building for Native Families and Communities. The Future of Building Wealth: Brief Essays on the Best Ideas to Build Wealth - for Everyone. The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis & The Aspen Institute. FutureofWealth.org.
Investing for the Future Zoom Train-the-Trainer Workshop
Webinar: October 14, 2021, Providing Information to Native Families About How to Claim their Child Tax Credit and Missing Stimulus Payments (Bank Accounts Help Native Families Claim their CTC)
Follow-up to October 14, 2021 Webinar: Additional Resources
ONAC awarded $100,000, by Share Our Strength, to support Native VITA programs and related Child Tax Credit outreach
ONAC awarded $45,000, by JPMorgan Chase, to support financial coaching, incentive payments for those opening Bank On accounts at any financial institution, and ONAC's Bank On and Native EITC/VITA Network coordination
Get Banked Indian Country: Claiming the Child Tax Credit (CTC)
Follow-up to October 14, 2021 Training: Resources for Those Assisting Tribal Citizens to Claim CTC and Missing Stimulus Payments
Distributing Emergency Cash Assistance to Native Families During a Pandemic
Economic Inclusion for Native Americans: Access to Safe and Affordable Accounts
Global Housing Foundation, in Partnership with UN Habitat, "The Future of Workforce Housing is Now: Innovative, Creative & Sustainable Solutions from Around the World". ONAC was an invited speaker for the conference (remarks begin @ 2:04:55). https://globalhousing.net/unday2021/. "Innovations: Connecting Down Payment Assistance to Other Integrated Native Asset Building Programs."
Agenda: ONAC presentation during the HHS Region 1 Tribal Quarterly Meeting and Child Tax Credit Discussion; ONAC presentation slides; and ONAC remarks.
Native American Calling show with ONAC Financial Coach, Felecia Freeman: https://nativeamericacalling.com/monday-october-25-2021-financial-fallout-of-divorce/
ONAC Co-Hosted Investor Education Train-the-Trainer, October 8-10, 2021
ONAC awarded $100,000 in general operating support by Target Foundation
Link to PPT slides: ONAC and Native Americans in Philanthropy Co-Hosted Webinar to Promote ONAC's Release of the Paper: Distributing Emergency Cash Assistance to Native Families During a Pandemic.
Link to the emergency cash assistance paper that ONAC authored : https://bit.ly/ONACecash.
Flyer: Get Banked Indian Country Incentive Drawing
ONAC Co-Hosted BNC Train-the-Trainer, December 7-8, 20212021 ONAC Annual Report