The Bank On Boston Coalition brings together government agencies (City, State, and Federal), financial institutions, and community organizations to guide Bank On Boston. Together, the Coalition analyzes the landscape of financial services offered throughout the city, gathers resident input, and establishes program processes and policies. Currently, the Coalition’s lead organizations are the City of Boston Mayor’s Office of Financial Empowerment (OFE) and the City of Boston Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics (MONUM). Chairs will be announced soon.

Bank On Boston Coalition members include:
Action for Boston Community Development
American Consumer Credit Counseling
Asian American Civic Association
Bank of America
Berkshire Bank
Boston Federal Reserve Bank
Boston Private Bank and Trust
Brookline Bank
Charlestown Adult Education & Charlestown Works
Citizens Bank
City of Boston Credit Union
City of Boston Mayor’s Office of Financial Empowerment (OFE)
City of Boston’s Economic Mobility Lab
Compass Working Capital
Cooperative Credit Union Association, Inc.
Credit Builders Alliance
Dedham Institution for Savings
Division of Banks
Dora powered by USALLIANCE Financial
Eastern Bank
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Boston Alliance for Economic Inclusion (BAEI)
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Greater Boston Legal Services
Hingham Institution for Savings
Jewish Vocational Services
JPMorgan Chase
Local Initiatives Support Corporation
Massachusetts Bankers Association
Massachusetts Community and Banking Council (MCBC)
Metro Credit Union
Midas Collaborative
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)
Partners for Youth with Disabilities
Santander Bank
TCB The Cooperative Bank
TD Bank
United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley
Urban Edge
USAlliance Federal Credit Union
Webster Bank

Coalition subcommittees include:

  • Memorandum of Understanding
  • Marketing, Training and Education
  • Bank On Boston Builds Credit

This list of Coalition partners, stakeholders, and members is growing. All community based organizations, regulators, volunteers at large, and financial institutions chartered in Boston are welcome to join.