Our Impact

Lina, TrustPlus client

Lina, TrustPlus client

Lina, TrustPlus client

Influencing Individuals, Institutions, and the Marketplace to Make Financial Security Possible for All Workers

As trusted human guides we connect workers to financial benefits and co-design products and services that meet their complex, immediate, needs. But we don’t stop there. Fueled by a deep commitment to innovation and financial justice, we use the insights from our work to help employers, nonprofits, banks and fintechs understand these needs and to push the marketplace to be more accountable to them.

Influencing Individuals, Institutions, and the Marketplace to Make Financial Security Possible for All Workers

As trusted human guides we connect workers to financial benefits and co-design products and services that meet their complex, immediate, needs. But we don’t stop there. Fueled by a deep commitment to innovation and financial justice, we use the insights from our work to help employers, nonprofits, banks and fintechs understand these needs and to push the marketplace to be more accountable to them.

By the Numbers

Our National Reach

SINCE OUR NATIONAL EXPANSION IN 2012, NEIGHBORHOOD TRUST’S FINANCIAL COACHING HAS REACHED: 62,450 WORKERS

who we serve

Results for Workers

90% of clients agreed that “WORKING WITH MY COACH HELPED ME CREATE OR IMPROVE A PLAN FOR MANAGING MY FINANCES DURING THESE UNCERTAIN TIMES.”

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Read More about our results

Client and Customer Stories

Lina: Finding Stability Even in the Hardest Times

“After my husband passed away, I realized that I had no choice but to take the financial lead for me and my teenage daughter. I could no longer hide from my finances, so I stepped up and took control.”

#TrustPlusatWork: Landed Co-Founder Alex Lofton on Addressing Wealth Inequality through Homeownership

Landed helps essential professionals buy homes and through a partnership with TrustPlus will now help them strengthen their financial health on the path to homeownership.

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Read Our Client and Customer Stories

Insights

Work and Debt Report

Workers’ Reliance on Debt and the Role of the ‘Nature of Work’
The majority of American workers rely on debt to make ends meet. This debt is often “bad debt,” defined broadly as that which borrowers are unable to pay back at an affordable cost or within a reasonable time frame (e.g. payday loans).

Spring Clean Your Finances

TrustPlus Personal Finance Coach Elise Nussbaum says the “beginning of spring is an excellent time to take stock of ways you can make your own life more pleasant, manageable, and secure” by planning for your tax refund and reviewing your credit report, spending, and beneficiaries.

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Learn about our Insights