About Us

About Us
Bank On Allegheny County works to connect everyone to safe and affordable financial products and services.
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“My administration is dedicated to advancing equity in all aspects of City government, and building successful financial futures for our residents is a critical component of this work and my vision of creating a Pittsburgh for all. I value the partnership between this organization and my office to uplift more families, promote access to mainstream banking services, and create more secure financial futures for more households, especially households of color.”
Mayor of Pittsburgh Bill Peduto

Our Mission

Our members offer services and resources that help empower people and families to improve their financial capability, health and independence.

It is important that that everyone has access to resources that help lay a solid foundation for financial empowerment. Our coalition is particularly focused on equity for people of color, as well as assisting parents and children and those with disabilities to access financial services.

Our History

Starting in April of 2021, Bank On Allegheny County coalition members have been meeting regularly to identify points of collaboration, community engagement opportunities, share best practices and develop innovative ideas.

Members represent community-based organizations, financial institutions and local government agencies that provide services and resources such as financial and entrepreneurial education, credit counseling, savings programs, banking series, credit repair, employment assistance, youth engagement and other financial empowerment programming.

The National Bank On Movement

Bank On Allegheny County is proud to be part of the national Bank On movement, made up of dozens of similar local coalitions across the country.

The nonprofit Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund (CFE Fund) is the national partner for local Bank On coalitions, supporting local efforts through resources like the Bank On National Account Standards and accompanying certification, grant support to build local coalition capacity, and a robust learning community. The CFE Fund also works to give voice to local coalition experiences by informing both federal regulatory policy and financial institution practices.