The Financial Resiliency Task Force is focused on closing the racial wealth gap in Greater Charlottesville by eliminating barriers to financial stability for historically marginalized families and persons of color. 9 core nonprofit partners identify systems-level issues that affect an individual or family’s ability to thrive economically, coordinate services to maximize impact, consolidate overlaps for efficient use of community resources, and share data to improve service delivery and reduce friction for client recipients. 

By June 30, 2027, the FRTF aims to collaborate with 650 families of color in the City of Charlottesville and Albemarle County (or, 130 families per year) to help them improve their financial resiliency score, as measured by the FRTF Financial Resiliency Matrix.

Financial Resiliency Task Force Members

City of Promise
Community Investment Collaborative
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville
Monticello Area Community Action Agency


New Hill Development Corporation
Piedmont Housing Alliance
Uhuru Foundation
United Way of Greater Charlottesville

Multiply Your Impact

For every $1 given to the United Way’s Financial Stability programs, $30 is returned to the community.