uncommonwealth

As Goods Increase So Do Those That Consume Them

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We work with employers, and community-based organizations in our service delivery model to reach working people in places where their financial well-being and financial values intersect such as the workplace, in affordable housing communities, and during employer benefit plan education opportunities. An investment in helping people become money smart is a low cost and mutually beneficial way to impact the organization's and individual's bottom line. 

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We speak the language of money. 
By working with organizational stakeholders we create economic literacy programming through educational initiatives and speaker engagements. Helping groups and individuals navigate the financial world through decoding the often foreign language of money. Providing a basic approach to money management and stewardship is who we are.

LITERACY MATTERS

PEOPLE MATTER

ASSETS MATTER

We use housing, educational, social,  workplace, and faith community platforms to help low-to-moderate income earners and asset poor families increase economic opportunities and steward their limited financial resources and time to create financial stability and build assets.

UNCOMMONWEALTH exists to equip working people with the tools needed to prosper in a money-centric, consumption driven, debt-based market economy.

Helping people control their piece of the pie is what we do.


We equip working people with simple ideas and tools to build assets in any economy.  

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by getting your financial house in order