In addition to the Office of the Treasurer, the Mayor, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and EARN, many partners have joined together to make Bank on San Francisco a success, including:
Fifteen partner banks and credit unions.
Our partner financial institutions are responsible for opening the accounts, tracking and reporting data, participating in outreach opportunities and supporting financial education. The current financial institution partners are Bank of America, Bank of the West, Citibank, Mission Area Federal Credit Union, Mission National Bank, Northeast Community Federal Credit Union, Patelco Credit Union, San Francisco Federal Credit Union, Spectrum Federal Credit Union, Sterling Bank and Trust, Union Bank of California, United Commercial Bank, US Bank, Washington Mutual, and Wells Fargo.
Think Tanks and Advocacy Groups.
Bank on San Francisco is building on the best available knowledge on issues of financial empowerment. Organizations like the New America Foundation, the Brookings Institution, the Center for Financial Services Innovation, CFED, the New Alliance Task Force, the California Reinvestment Coalition and the Center for Responsible Lending have all provided ideas, research, technical assistance and inspiration, and remain critical program advisors.
The international marketing and media firm is providing pro-bono marketing materials and media placements to the program. This includes program brochures, flyers, posters, window clings, website, billboards, bus advertising and newspaper placements.
The United Way’s 2-1-1 Helplink phone system is providing all customer service for the program. With one call to 2-1-1, callers can obtain details on all participating partners, including locations and branch manager contact information. They also track data for the program.
One Economy/The Beehive.
The leading provider of web based services to low-income communities, One Economy provides technological support and on-line financial education.
City Agencies, Non-profits and Community Partners.
Countless partners help spread the word about Bank on San Francisco, including the United Way, In-home Supportive Services, PG&E, the Human Services Agency, the Mayor’s Office of Community Development and many others.