Financial Stability

United Way of the River Cities fights for the financial stability of every person in our community.

By forging partnerships, by mobilizing both human and financial resources, and by inspiring people to join us to create solutions, we change the game around these three critical issues:

Financial Stability Partnership

The Financial Stability Partnership (FSP) is an initiative of United Way of the River Cities. FSP was formed because United Way believes that financially stable individuals and families lead to a stronger community. To fulfill the vision and mission of the FSP, United Way needs partners who empower people to get on stable financial ground with proven methods. The result is a thriving River Cities where everyone has an opportunity to succeed.

Financial Stability Partnership Coalition Partners

Become a VITA Volunteer

A fun and rewarding way to volunteer, VITA tax preparers save hard working, low income families the high cost of a paid professional. Protected under the Volunteer Protection Act, our volunteers have no liability and can help as much or as little as they like.

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MyFreeTaxes.com

The Financial Stability Partnership, in collaboration with IRS and local nonprofit organizations, coordinates free income tax preparation for low- to middle-income families at a variety of physical locations and online during filing season.

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Have Questions Or Need Help?

United Way has the information you need to feel financially secure. Visit mysmartmoney.com. MySmartMoney is brought to you by United Way Worldwide and The SunTrust Foundation.

Become a VITA Volunteer

A fun and rewarding way to volunteer, VITA tax preparers save hard working, low income families the high cost of a paid professional. Protected under the Volunteer Protection Act, our volunteers have no liability and can help as much or as little as they like.

Learn more >

MyFreeTaxes.com

The Financial Stability Partnership, in collaboration with IRS and local nonprofit organizations, coordinates free income tax preparation for low- to middle-income families at a variety of physical locations and online during filing season.

Learn more >

Financial Stability Funded Partners

Employment program for people transitioning from homelessness.

Services to special needs children and their families.

Leadership and self-esteem development for girls.

Scholarship program to cover the cost of daycare while parents seek employment.

Disconnected youth are 16- to 24-year-olds who may have dropped out of high school or college, may have been involved in the criminal justice system, may have aged out of a foster care program, may have mental or health conditions that have inhibited their activities, or may have caregiving responsibilities. Harmony House has added an education and employment specialist position to identify youth, help them get back into an educational environment and/or employment.