Rai$e Resources and Partners
Information for Rai$e participants and the broader community
Wilder's Rai$e guaranteed income program provides resources to people working toward financial stability. See below for additional resources available to Rai$e participants as well as anyone in the community.
Upcoming Community Event: Money Action Day
Saturday June 10 | 10am-2pm | Arlington Hills Rec Center
Money Action Day is a fun family oriented day that focuses on financial fitness for Twin Cities area residents! This one-day event is designed to connect families to resources, tools and support needed to reach their financial goals. The free event will include workshops on financial topics from homeownership to building credit, and there will be opportunities to schedule one-on-one meetings with financial experts and counselors. There will also be family fun activities like face painting, crafts, games, free food, raffles, a DJ, and more! Registration encouraged but not required. See all the details and register online!
Prepare + Prosper
www.prepareandprosper.org | 651-287-0187
Prepare + Prosper offers free tax and financial services as well as access to low-fee and no-fee banking options. They are a founding partner of Wilder’s Rai$e program and a trusted community resource. Learn more about their specific programs:
- Free Tax Preparation: IRS-certified volunteers offer free federal and state tax preparation services.
- Money Mentors: Financial coaching and group sessions to help people reach their financial goals.
- FAIR Financial: Banking and credit-building services provided in partnership with Sunrise Banks.
Build Wealth MN
www.buildwealthmn.org | 612-877-4182
Build Wealth MN empowers families to build sustainable social and economic wealth. They are a founding partner of Wilder’s Rai$e program and a trusted community resource.
- Services include: housing loans, hardship funds, down-payment and closing cost assistance, and an 11-point Financial Maintenance Family Stabilization Plan.
- Build Wealth MN programs: financial literacy, budgeting, savings, credit, homebuyer education, and financial planning.