What Is Native Bank On ONAC?

Native Bank On ONAC is committed to helping Native communities across the United States access safe and affordable banking products and services. Our goal is to partner with local financial institutions to facilitate account access and work to integrate banking access strategies into Native-led nonprofits and tribal social services. Along with dozens of other Bank On initiatives across the country, Native Bank On ONAC works with partners from across sectors to connect tribal citizens to products that meet Bank On National Account Standards. These local initiatives work together to improve the financial stability of unbanked and underbanked residents in their communities and connect them to safe, affordable bank and credit union accounts. Native Bank On ONAC also helps tribal citizens with information about how to use these products effectively and how to navigate the consumer finance marketplace successfully. Additionally, ONAC provides incentive funding for Bank On accounts for tribal citizens. 

Here is a link to the map with all the financial institutions that have Bank On certified accounts: https://joinbankon.org/accounts/. You can click on each state to see the list of available Bank On accounts in that state. 

In Oklahoma, where ONAC started Native Bank On ONAC outreach, here is a list of the financial institutions with Bank On certified accounts: 

Currently, ONAC is in conversation with other financial institutions serving tribal citizens in other parts of the country about their interest in applying for Bank On certification for one of their accounts.  

As a direct service provider, ONAC seeks to integrate access to safe and affordable accounts throughout ONAC's asset building programs. Thus for example, in ONAC's account applications for emergency savings accounts, down payment assistance, and emergency cash assistance, ONAC includes Bank On information to help tribal citizens have access to safe and affordable accounts. ONAC also sends Bank On information to those receiving funding for Children's Savings Accounts from ONAC and provides Bank On information to tribal citizens participating in ONAC's financial coaching program. 

For more information about Native Bank On ONAC, contact Karen Edwards (Choctaw), Manager, Native Bank On ONAC, at kedwards@oknativeassets.org.

2021 Native Bank On ONAC/Get Banked Indian Country Resources

Get Banked Indian Country Handout

What Features Should You Look for When Opening a Savings or Checking Account at a Bank or Credit Union? 

Get Banked Indian Country: Claiming the Child Tax Credit (CTC)

Bank On Standards 2021-2022

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 Training: Resources for Those Assisting Tribal Citizens to Claim CTC and Missing Stimulus Payments

2019-2020 Native Bank On ONAC Resources

Native Bank On Resources for Tribal Citizens Needing Bank Accounts Amid "Stay at Home" Orders

Bank On Account Option in Shawnee, OK

Bank On Account Option in Anadarko, OK

Economic Impact Payments and Native Bank On

Link to FDIC Page Regarding Receiving IRS Economic Impact Payments and Connection to Bank On

Information Regarding Federal COVID-19 Economic Impact Payments (EIP) Sent by Prepaid Debit Card

Bank On Incentives at AllNations Bank

Bank On Incentives at First State Bank of Anadarko

Flyer Promoting BancFirst E-Connect Account

Flyer Regarding Bank On Incentives at BancFirst

Claiming Your EIP Payment

Native Bank On ONAC Overview Flyer



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