Community Membership

CBA’s Credit Building Community is comprised of a diverse network of nonprofit organizations. Through our members, CBA services touch estimated hundreds of thousands of clients in urban, suburban, rural, and tribal areas through programming tailored to the specific needs and assets of different populations in their local communities.

Why Join Credit Builders Alliance?

Help build your clients’ credit and your organization’s capacity — become a CBA Community Member today! When you join our growing Credit Building Community, you gain access to online toolkits, learning materials, and a network of over 500 mission-driven organizations to help you start or strengthen programs while keeping up-to-date on credit topics of interest. Whether you offer financial education, lending, or outcome tracking, CBA community membership is essential to your organizational and professional development.

CBA Community membership is available to nonprofit organizations and government entities that are committed to advancing credit building as a strategy to achieve economic mobility. Our members primarily serve low- and moderate-income households and small businesses, and those communities who have been traditionally excluded from the financial mainstream.

Benefits of CBA Community Membership

Enhance your knowledge of current issues and developments in the field of credit building. CBA Community membership offers you a variety of educational and professional opportunities for program advancement. Each month, CBA produces webinars and newsletters that highlight credit building best practices, insights, and trends from a variety of key stakeholders. We also provide discounts to members for our annual Credit Building Symposium and Training Institute courses, along with a growing list of preferred providers for special products and pricing that can help you deliver on your organization’s mission.

CBA Seal - Member (2022)

Eligible Organizations Include:

  • 501(c)(3) Nonprofit organization

  • Credit Union

  • Tribal Agency

  • Governmental Agency

  • For-profit Company

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