Skip to main content

Financial Stability Coalition

Who We Are

Financial Stability is the most recent coalition to evolve from the Agenda For Change under the Income Building Block. The Financial Stability Coalition works with a variety of professionals in the community with the goal that community members learn skills to become financially independent.

Created in April 2016, the coalition is in the beginning phase of development, working on identifying what key initiatives need to be addressed and what actions should be set forth for the community to learn skills to become financially independent.  We invite you to join us.

Did You Know...

  • The South Wood County Financial Stability Coalition organized a week’s worth of free programming to the community during national “Money Smart Week” in April 2017.
  • Financial institutions, non-profits, municipalities financial coaches, and local schools are working together to come up with strategies for community members to learn skills to become financially independent.
  • United Way of Wisconsin published the A.L.I.C.E. (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) report in the summer of 2016 to provide awareness of the financial stress that working families around the state face.