The Financial Stability Network was established in October 2016 to provide pro bono financial services from 100+ financial experts to those who otherwise would not have access to financial education and mentoring. The goal of the Financial Stability Network is to assist low to moderate income families and individuals with everything from reducing debt and increasing income to tax preparation and financial mentoring.


What does the Financial Stability network do?

The Financial Stability Network provides pro bono (free) assistance in the following areas:

The IRS has just approved a Virtual VITA Service Delivery Model. This new model is focused on Form W2 taxpayers who are expecting a tax refund. Taxpayers (with income levels less than $58,000) who have access to a “smart phone”/computer (with a camera) can get their taxes safely prepared for free!

Should you have any questions, please reach out to jim.shanahan@cc-dc.org

Who is Eligible?

The Financial Stability Network assists residents of the District of Columbia and the surrounding Maryland counties of Montgomery, Prince George’s, Calvert, Charles, and St. Mary’s. The programs of the Financial Stability Network are targeted to potential clients who have low to moderate income. The Financial Stability Network does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, ethnicity, nationality, or any other protected status recognized under the law.