The 2021 CABC Symposium – October 20th and 21st from 9:30 to 12:30 Pacific
CABC’s Symposium is member-driven this year.
We are building it completely around your interests, goals, vision, and strategies. You want inspiration? We can do that. Collective strategy building for structural economic change? That too. Facilitated workshops to create or deepen intersectional collaboration with other members? Yes, yes, yes.
We only have one goal in mind: to leave the Symposium with clear mandates built by the membership for us: the Coalition, the steering committee, and the staff.
Step 1: Register yourself and your colleagues.
Step 2: Sound off! What do you want from the Symposium this year?
Step 3: Join the CABC Symposium Builders. Its not a committee. Its who we’ll periodically turn to for more nuanced advice to make the Symposium a huge success.
Briefing: End of the 2020 Legislative Session – October 20 at 10 am Pacific
Its been quite a year. COVID-19 changed the way legislators and advocates worked together, presenting both challenges and opportunities. Come learn about the amazing wins including new and newly implemented legislation, discuss with leading advocates how CABC is changing the narrative of what is possible and what is needed, and prepare for the next legislative session and upcoming opportunities to build and protect the wealth of low income communities of color, women, and immigrants.
CABC All Member Meeting – Wed, Aug 19, 2020 1:00 PM
Members discussed preliminary findings and recommendations based on interviews with a sample of members statewide, participated in interactive polls and surveys to add to the research, and provided additional insight that helped finalize CABC’s report, “Building the Economy We Have Always Needed“.
- Slides (click through to activate slide animation)
End of the 2019 Legislative Session Briefing – October 17, 2019
This session provided a legislative briefing of the first half of the 2019-2020 Legislative Session. It covered asset-building and financial security-related bills signed and vetoed by Governor Newsom.
Closing the Survivor Wealth Gap: Financial Recovery and Long-Term Safety for Survivors of Gender-Based Violence – June 19, 2019
In partnership with FreeFrom and Closing the Women’s Wealth Gap, the webinar discussed the current state of wealth building for survivors of gender-based violence in the US and the opportunities for state and federal level policy solutions.
Start of the 2019 Legislative Session: A Briefing on Asset Building Related Legislation- March 12, 2019
The webinar provided a policy briefing on introduced legislation related to asset building, financial security, and economic mobility, including Children’s Savings Accounts, CalEITC Expansion, Asset Limits, Consumer Protections, Criminal Justice Fines and Fees, and Child Support Debt.
Integrating Asset Development and Financial Stability Into Disaster Recovery Case Management- January 26, 2019
When Catholic Charities took the lead in developing a regional Disaster Case Management (DCM) System after the devastating 2017 wildfires we were able to use our robust financial stability programs and dynamic database to integrate financial wellness tools into the case management, recovery, and financial assistance process. We included the work in our DCM training and have built all of our systems and tools to be scalable and usable by all communities going forward for future disasters in CA.
ScholarShare 529 Matching Grant Program Informational Webinar – January 22, 2019
ScholarShare 529, California’s College Savings Plan, is proud to be partnering with community-based organizations and public agencies throughout California to offer the 2019 Matching Grant Program.
Don’t miss this free webinar to learn about how you can help low- to moderate-income families save for college.
End of the 2017-2018 Legislative Session Webinar – October 1, 2018
Join us to learn about anticipated policy and budget changes related to social safety-net programs, consumer protections, and CalEITC expansion and what we can work on during the next session. We will also receive an update on the implementation of SB 190 (Mitchell)- elimination of juvenile administrative fees.
Implications of Immigration Policy on Asset Building – December 15, 2017
The rise in fear of deportations and threat to undocumented people has continued to disrupt the financial stability of families across California. Hear from experts on how current immigration policies and deportations impact asset building and financial security for immigrant families in California. Co-hosted with PolicyLink.
The Current Federal Tax Plan Debate and Implications for California – December 1, 2017
Hosted by the California Asset Building Coalition and the California Budget & Policy Center, this webinar discussed the latest on federal tax proposals, what they could mean for California, and opportunities for engagement.
Central Valley Financial Inclusion Summit – July 16, 2019
The event discussed how local organizations and the wider community are working to support asset building and financial security for low-income families and mixed-status immigrant households.
Co-Hosted by Small Business Majority, Central Valley Urban Institute, California Reinvestment Coalition, California Asset Building Coalition
Event Sponsor: Wells Fargo
Central Coast Financial Inclusion Summit- March 8, 2019
In partnership with Goodwill Central Coast and United Way Monterey County we hosted a convening for local organizations to learn more about financial services, programs, and products that support financial inclusion and economic mobility for low-income families living in the Central Coast region.
Financial Resources for Sonoma County- October 24, 2018
The California Asset Building Coalition and La Luz Center hosted a training event for members, practitioners, and allies to learn more about the financial resources available for immigrant and low-income families living in Sonoma County.
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- Resources – BankON, Sonoma County Fact Sheet , CalSavers Pilot Information, Community Action Partnership (English), Community Action Partnership (Spanish), Ready to Work, Teen Services, Season of Sharing
Financial Resources for the Inland Empire- May 31, 2018
The California Asset Building Coalition and the Hope Through Housing Foundation hosted a training event for members, practitioners and allies to learn more about financial resources available for low-income families in the Inland Empire. Participants gained information from experts on banking and financial services for low-income families and learned more about programs and initiatives that support financial security and social mobility throughout a lifetime.
Annual Capitol Days
2019 Symposium: Realizing the Dream: Centering Race and Economic Security for All in California
2018 Symposium: Aligning Movements for Economic Equity
2017 Symposium: Assets Matter
2016 Symposium: Strengthening Our Future by Closing the Racial Wealth Gap
2014 Symposium: Building an Inclusive Economy for All Californians
2013 Symposium: Building Financial Empowerment Through Policies and Programs