Who We Are
MassSaves provides financial education, resources and advocacy for individuals and families looking to achieve financial stability and build wealth.
MassSaves is a broad volunteer-based network of public and private stakeholders including financial educators, providers, community organizations and advocates. We work with youth and adults to improve the quality and delivery of financial education across the state with a vision to make Massachusetts a national model for financial confidence and empowerment. Our coalition members are passionate about some area of wealth or asset development, including financial education, personal finance, safe and affordable financial products, or economic security and justice issues.
Check out recent press coverage of MassSaves' 2017 Day on the Hill to learn about our efforts across the state:
- State House News (syndicated in multiple outlets)
- Sentinel & Enterprise
- Wicked Local - Marblehead
2018 Steering Committee
- Matthew Paradise, American Consumer Credit Counseling, Jump$tart Coalition (Chair)
- Kelly Collins, Monson Savings Bank
- David Floreen
- Scott Guild, Massachusetts Council on Economic Education
- Kerri McLaughlin, Pawtucket Credit Union
- Jennifer Kinsman, United Way of Pioneer Valley
- Lydia Nelson, Whitman Hanson High School, Exec Board of MA Business Educators Association
- Theresa Palmer, Metro Credit Union
- Brad Papalardo, Massachusetts Bankers Association
- Ircania Valera, New York Life
Members and Supporters
MassSaves members and supporters are organizations or individuals who are interested, follow and participate in the work and events that MassSaves does. MassSaves members attend at least one MassSaves-sponsored activity, complete a member survey, and sign a short statement of ethical commitment to economic security.
Members include educators, community organizations, public agencies and institutions, community banks, credit unions, other financial institutions, financial planners, coaches, and other individuals and organizations that invest in financial education. They work with youth, young adults, older adults, or they support the organizations who serve them.
MassSaves members can also be involved in a wide range of activities that include the following:
- Volunteering with MassSaves or member organizations
- Becoming a member of the Steering Committee
- Becoming part of the Task Forces
- Help recruit sponsorship in your area
To get more information on becoming a member or if you have questions on the above activities, please contact The Midas Collaborative.
MassSaves Member Task Forces
MassSaves task forces are formed organically, whenever motivated and competent community leaders express interest in organizing them. To get engaged in a task force, please contact The Midas Collaborative.
- Summit Planning
We welcome you and your organization to connect with us if any of the above collaborations are of interest. Contact The Midas Collaborative for more information on sponsorships, marketing or supporter.