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Family Assets for Independence Minnesota (FAIM)

Researchers
Partners
Community Action, the Office of Economic Opportunity, Women Venture, and the Greater Twin Cities United Way
Funding
Greater Twin Cities United Way
Keywords
family resiliency
Project Contact
Cathy Solheim
csolheim@umn.edu
About

This study seeks to understand savings behavior in low-wage working families. Current evaluation efforts (in collaboration with FAIM partners – Community Action, the Office of Economic Opportunity, Women Venture, and the Greater Twin Cities United Way) examine changes in financial status and well-being, financial knowledge and financial practices over time through participation in FAIM, a matched savings program across the state of Minnesota.



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