We work to increase financial awareness and building assets among low and moderate income families. Coalition activities include policy advocacy, asset building and financial education programs, and research.
We are the statewide leader building capacity for seven regional EITC coalitions providing Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and EITC outreach, establishing strategic partnerships, and providing promotional materials and resources.
Learn more about EITC outreach in West Virginia at www.wveitc.com
Working with a network of partners to enroll children in CHIP and Medicaid through outreach at VITA sites, health clinics, and through grassroots Community Partners.
To learn more visit www.chip.wv.gov
IDA's are matched savings accounts designed to help families and individuals of modest means establish a pattern of regular savings and ultimately purchase a "productive asset".
To learn more visit www.kisra.org
All across the state, West Virginia Saves is helping West Virginians to build wealth through saving and the reduction of debt. West Virginia Saves provides tools and tips to help West Virginia Savers reach their personal financial goals.
Membership in West Virginia Saves is free and offers a lot of great benefits and incentives.
To learn more visit www.westvirginiasaves.org
Executive Director, West Virginia Council of Churches
Executive Director, Legal Aid of West Virginia
Treasurer and Past President
WV DHHR, Bureau for Public Health
Trina Bartlett, MSW, LGSW
Eastern Regional Director, Catholic Charities West Virginia
Executive Director, WV Community Action Partnership
WVU Extension Specialist, Associate Professor
Workforce Investment Board Mid-Ohio Valley (Region IV)
Program Specialist, Employer Services
Executive Director, Mission West Virginia, Inc.
Assistant Vice President
Community Development Officer – WV/KY
Woodforest National Bank
American Friends Services Committee
WV Economic Justice Project
Jennifer Thacker — firstname.lastname@example.org — is the Executive Director for the West Virginia Alliance for Sustainable Families (WVASF). Ms. Thacker graduated from Concord College with a BA in Psychology. She is a licensed social worker and has over seventeen years of experience working in the non-profit industry. Ms. Thacker received her Executive MBA from Marshall University May 2011.