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Using Children's Savings Accounts for economic inclusion

  • July 12, 2021
  • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Virtual- Zoom Meeting
  • 67


  • Members of the MI CSA Network

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The discussion around Children’s Savings Accounts, or CSAs, has been a hot topic across our state lately. And for good reason — CSAs have been proven to improve inter-generational financial stability and increase the likelihood that a student will continue education after high school. But what’s being done at the legislative and program levels to promote CSAs in Michigan? 

In our second Summer of CEDAM policy education webinar: “Using Children’s Savings Accounts for Economic Inclusion,” we’ll welcome Bonnie Gettys of the Barry Community Foundation and Rep. Julie Calley to provide both legislative and program angles on how CSA programs work on a community-wide scale. Join us on Monday, July 12 at 3pm EST

The Summer of CEDAM is a monthly series that will spotlight our 2021-22 policy priorities: community economic development, economic inclusion, and affordable housing. These priorities were identified through stakeholder groups and member surveys, and guide our advocacy efforts, shape our coalitions, and help mobilize our partners and members. The series features three virtual conversations and an in-person wrap-up event to hear from legislators about the opportunities to move these community development policy priorities forward, as well as from our members who can provide insight to their work and the needs of their communities.

*AmeriCorps members may not attend these sessions on AmeriCorps time.

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