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Join us to close the wealth gap through evidence-based education and opportunity. Our intergenerational program empowers youth, parents, and community members with financial and business life-skills to meet the needs of the 21st Century.

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We are pleased to announce another event in partnership with Good End: The Entrepreneurship Series.
This four-part seminar takes place on Wednesdays in May at 6pm, and focuses on providing teens and adults with the building blocks for a strong foundation for your business.
Please register HERE or at the link below to join this series! 

Please join our next four-part Financial Empowerment series, hosted in partnership with the Shawn Carter Foundation. This series takes place on Saturdays, April 17th, May 1st, May 15, and May 22, from 10-11:30
Please register HERE or at the link below to join one or all of these seminars! 

Our weekly investment meeting continues to take places on Thursdays at 6pm. Join our Community of Wealth for no cost, and no commitment. This community invites everyone, from all levels of understanding and experience, to learn about investment. Click HERE or at the link below to sign up for notifications and reminders



The Vast Wealth Gap Continues to Grow

We believe all people should have equal access to financial education, services and opportunities but, sadly, the reality is far different.

Median wealth of white households compared to Black households: 13 times.

Median wealth of white households compared to Black households

Less than 7% of minority households invest in the stock market in non-retirement accounts.

Of minority households invest in the stock market in non- retirement accounts

Less than 7% of minority households invest in the stock market in non-retirement accounts.

Of U.S. high schools students receive financial education in school

The median wealth of white households compared to Hispanic ones is 10%

Median wealth of white households compared to Hispanic ones

Median wealth of white households compared to Black households: 13 times.

Fail to provide required financial education in schools

How We're Solving This

We’re spreading the wealth by teaching financial empowerment. We address the stark national wealth gap with an innovative social innovation developed at the University of Pennsylvania. Our curriculum is uniquely designed to financially empower underserved communities and grow wealth. Our track record is impressive: In Philadelphia, more than 2,700 participants have taken the free adult business literacy program. The B2W program is currently being implemented in fifteen schools across the Philadelphia area, with more programs being held at senior community centers, health community centers, and churches.

See How It Works

Our Program

An Ivy League program giving students a competitive advantage like no other.

Our Approach

We’re using education, opportunity, and social support to change financial habits.

Our Impact

See how we’re increasing financial literacy and improving people’s futures.