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What Greater Boston Interfaith Organization Gets Right: Listening to Members, Cultivating Leaders from Within

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On June 30th, the 29th graduating class from the Greater Boston Interfaith Organization’s Moving from Debt to Assets (MFDTA) program wore colorful scarves instead of caps and gowns. With hennaed fingertips, palms and soles, 25 Somali-American women celebrated their first step on the road to financial freedom.
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Dollars and Sense: The Moving From Debt to Assets Program Proves Financial Stability is Attainable

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Effectively combining financial classes, counseling, and peer support, Moving From Debt to Assets provides the tools for a debt-free life. And since classes are taught in English, Spanish, Haitian Creole, and Cape Verdean Creole, language barriers shouldn’t deter community members from the Boston area from participating.
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Joel Schwartz Discusses His Work with Moving From Debt to Assets

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I’m the director of the Moving from Debt to Assets program that is run by the Greater Boston Interfaith Organization (GBIO). GBIO is an organization of 66 different institutions, mostly churches and synagogues, but also a Muslim organization, nonprofit organizations, particularly community development corporations and two union locals, all united for one purpose—to build...
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February 5th, 2009 NPi community dialogue reflections and photos

Joel Schwartz speaking at NPi Community Dialogue

Thanks to everyone who came out for last night’s lively discussion. Our speakers Lakenya Johnson, Founder of F.A.M.I.L.Y. Movement; Joel Schwartz, Director of Moving from Debt to Assets; Guirlean Jean, Moving From Debt to Assets; and Eve Sullivan, Founder of Parents Forum left us thinking about how one-on-one mentoring, fiscal education, and support for...
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