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Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) enable individuals and households with limited financial resources to save and build assets at an accelerated pace while developing good financial habits. By enrolling in an IDA program with one of our partner agencies, making regular monthly deposits, and completing financial education an individual saver gains access to match funds.

IDAs can be used to achieve the following life goals: post-secondary college education or job training, homeownership, home rehabilitation or repair, small business start-up or expansion, purchasing a vehicle, securing a rental, saving for retirement, and assisitve technology or specialized training.

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REACH’s mission is to create quality, affordable housing & opportunities for individuals, families, and communities to thrive. Advancing this mission requires REACH to evolve and embrace equity as a c…

RootedHomes provides affordable and sustainable homeownership opportunities for the Central Oregon community.…

The Housing Authority of the City of Salem is Salem and Keizer's largest housing provider.…

Self Enhancement, Inc (SEI) is dedicated to guiding underserved youth to realize their full potential.…

St. Vincent de Paul's mission is to assist the poor and those in need of consolation, seeking out and utilizing every resource. Being mindful of the sanctity and dignity of all, we know that any chari…

The Next Door opens doors to new possibilities by strengthening children and families and improving communities.…

Umatilla Morrow Head Start (UMCHS) commits to ensuring that children and those who care for them are given all the tools they need to create healthy and happy futures for the next generation.…

Supporting survivors of domestic and sexual violence, and survivors of sex trafficking, primarily in the greater Portland Metro Area, but can serve statewide in Oregon. …

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Community Loan Fund

CASA of Oregon received certification as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) from the US Treasury in 2000. Originally designed to address the predevelopment funding needs of non-profit organizations developing affordable housing and community facilities, our CDFI has since expanded to include construction and …

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