Designed to help working, low-income families and individuals save money exclusively for home ownership, post-secondary education, and small business.
Celebrating its 15th Anniversary, PIE is a local savings program provided through Community Action Programs of Boulder County and Foothills United Way. The program was designed for low-income families to enroll in financial literacy classes and save through a matched account savings account at a rate of 4 to 1.
In addition, PIE teaches participants how to achieve financial strength and stability, resulting in families and individuals becoming more active members of the community, through first-time home ownership, education or business creation.
Since the Personal Investment Enterprise program began in 2001, PIE has celebrated a total of 255 graduates:
• 99 participants have pursued a post-secondary education
• 99 participants have become homeowners and
• 57 individuals have started their own small business
Learn more about: