Maryland CASH (Creating Assets, Savings and Hope) Campaign 

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Financial Stability Pathway Project

The goal of the Financial Stability Pathway (FSP) is to link low- to moderate- income families in Baltimore to a network of service providers which will help families to establish and maintain emergency savings and long-term assets, to obtain public benefits, and to use affordable financial products to manage their money. The FSP uses technology to empower non-profit service providers with tools, resources, and training to link their financial stability services to help individuals and the community to build strong financial futures. Our Year 3 Network includes: Baltimore CASH Campaign, Bon Secours Community Works, Catholic Charities Our Daily Bread Employment Center, Consumer Credit Counseling Services of Maryland and Delaware, Humanim, Garwyn Oaks Northwest Housing Resource Center as well as several other referral partners.

Jerry Hills at Training

Consumer Credit Counseling Services’ Jerry Hills at the Year 3 Training for the Financial Stability Pathway Network

Looking for the new Baltimore Local Page? Click here to see resources and access the Baltimore Smart Referral Tool.  To request a tour of the Baltimore Local Page, or for more information about the FSP Project, please email

Want to know more? Listen to the recording of our recent webinar with Aspen Institute and University of Maryland School of Social Work, “Social Works: How a Baltimore Network Built a Pathway to Financial Stability.” See how online resources and in-depth training can empower your front-line service providers, and be among the first to hear results from a University of Maryland study that shows that capacity building interventions can make a difference in the fight for financial stability.