Bank On CLE is committed to uniting people and organizations around a collective mission: to advance racial equity and dismantle barriers to financial inclusion and economic mobility.
Bank On CLE is committed to helping residents access safe and affordable banking products and services. Our partners span across local nonprofit and community organizations to local government agencies, all working to help improve the financial stability or residents in Cleveland and throughout Cuyahoga County.
Bank On CLE is part of the national Bank On movement; like dozens of other Bank On coalitions across the country, Bank On CLE partners across sectors to work to connect residents to banking products certified as meeting the Bank On National Account Standards. Bank On CLE also helps residents with information about how to use these products effectively and how to navigate the consumer finance marketplace successfully. Bank On coalitions provide outreach and programming to connect residents to safe financial products, partner with local financial institutions to facilitate account access, and work to integrate banking access strategies into nonprofit and government social services.
Joining or supporting Bank On CLE helps us do our critical work of connecting residents to safe and affordable banking products, starting them down a path towards a stronger financial future.
A Place 4 Me
Another Chance of Ohio
Bank of America
Burten, Bell, Carr Development, Inc.
Center for Community Solutions
CHN Housing Partners
Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund
City of Cleveland
Cleveland Neighborhood Progress
Cleveland Public Library
Cuyahoga County Public Library
Empowering and Strengthening Ohio’s People
Enterprise Community Partners
Faith Community Credit Union
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Fifth Third Bank
First Federal Lakewood
Hebrew Free Loan Association
Horizon Education Centers
Legal Aid Society of Cleveland
Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry
Motivated and Empowered, Inc.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)
Third Federal Savings & Loan
United Way of Greater Cleveland
West Side Community House
YWCA of Cleveland