Posts tagged "Community Banking Coalition"

Community Banking Coalition Renews Calls For City Council Hearings On Rising Bank Fees

HOW DO BANKS FIND A WAY AROUND FINANCIAL REGULATORY REFORMS? RAISE FEES ON BASIC BANKING SERVICES! Bank of America announced last week that beginning in January, the institution will charge a $ 5.00 per transaction fee on debit card purchases, and now today, Citibank has announced it will raise its’ fee on low-balance account from... Read more »

Illinois State Treasurer Re-Adopts Citizen CRA Complaint Form - Call To Action Victory !

Call To Action WIN!  Illinois Treasurer Rutherford Re-Adopts Citizen                       CRA Complaint Form! Illinois Treasurer Dan Rutherford has re-adopted and re-posted the Citizen CRA (Community Reinvestment Act) Complaint Form, negotiated by the Community Reinvestment Organizing Project (COP), two years along as a bank accountability process for Illinois citizens with concerns by limited or non-existent CRA... Read more »

Chicago PNC Bank Offers Low Income Bank Accounts w/NO FEES Saturday April 30

  From Mark S. Allen, Chair, Community Banking Coalition 773-392-0165   Attention Religious leaders, Community and Political Organizations !!  We collectively represent far too many low income residents who do not have regular banking accounts and have to continually pay the high fees of currency exchanges. We have a final opportunity this Saturday at PNC... Read more »
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Chicago PNC Bank Offers Low Income Bank Accounts With No Fees Saturday, April 30

  From Mark S. Allen, Chair, Community Banking Coalition 773-392-0165   Attention Religious leaders, Community and Political Organizations !!  We collectively represent far too many low income residents who do not have regular banking accounts and have to continually pay the high fees of currency exchanges. We have a final opportunity this Saturday at PNC... Read more »

Chicago Community Banking Coalition Victory With New Illinois State Treasurer

Mark S. Allen, Chair Community Banking CoalitionWHY can’t we discuss grassroots leadership victories and generate even more community support for public policies that could generate millions of new dollars for urban communities when properly enforced and supported? The Monroe Foundation Call To Action Victory!! Is this email not displaying correctly?View it in your browser. To... Read more »

Urban Partnership Bank Responds To Community By Not Closing Two Community Banks

VICTORY!                           Urban Partnership RESPONDS to Community Pressure   47th  Cottage Grove Location to STAY OPEN! 35th  King Drive CLOSED MARCH 17TH!     Urban Partnership Bank announced, quietly, that it will keep the 47th  & Cottage Grove branch OPEN, but will close the 35th & King Drive location, effective March 17th.   NO MATTER... Read more »
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Community Reinvestment Leaders Meet With Chicago City Treasurer Chief Of Staff Tuesday, March 15th

COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT ORGANIZING PROJECT (COP) LEADERS MEET WITH CHICAGO CITY TREASURER CHIEF OF STAFF TO DISCUSS PROPOSED MUNICIPAL DEPOSITORY CRA ORDINANCE Leaders of the Community Reinvestment Organizing Project (COP), a community reinvestment public policy organizing initiative of the Monroe Foundation, will meet today with the chief of staff to Chicago City Treasurer Stephanie Neely to... Read more »

Citibank Funds, Partners With Black Wall Street Chicago On Black Small Business Boot Camp

From Mark S. Allen, Board Member, Black Wall Street Chicago;  Chair, Community Banking Coalition 312-624-8351 or direct 773-392-0165 SMALL BUSINESS BOOT CAMP “TAX COMPLIANCE WORKSHOPS” SEEKS TO KEEP                  AFRICAN AMERICAN SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS “IN BUSINESS”                           CITIBANK, ILLINOIS FUNDS CAPACITY BUILDING PROJECT                    THAT ENCOURAGES LENDING TO SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS  BLACK WALL STREET-CHICAGO AND THE... Read more »

PNC Bank Provides Proviso Township Banking Day Saturday March 26th

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Applying For Funding From JP Morgan Chase

APPLYING FOR FUNDING FROM JP MORGAN CHASE   Dear Community Development Partners   Here is the website information for funding requests to JP Morgan Chase.   www.jpmorganchase.com ”click” Corporate Responsibility and move arrow over to right side and click “applying for grants”   NOTE:  The Foundation representatives encourages anyone interested in applying to contact them FIRST,... Read more »