PERSONAL INVESTMENT ENTERPRISE
Empower low-income families to move towards long-term financial stability through first time homeownership, post-secondary education, and small business development.
How The Program Works
PIE participants enroll in financial education classes and gain access to a matched savings account (at a rate of 4-to-1) to strengthen their path to financial stability. PIE is provided in partnership with Community Action Programs of Boulder County.
Why Asset Building Matters
Asset building strengthens economic mobility and stability at the household level and creates a stronger, more resilient community. Individuals in the program can see beyond paying their bills month to month, and pursue their dreams while moving towards economic self-sufficiency.
IMPACT AT A GLANCE
We believe our communities are strongest when small, local businesses thrive. Through our Personal Investment Enterprise (PIE) program, we’re investing in small business owners, like Shellby, to support their dreams of growth.
Our PIE program is helping people save money for first-time homeownership, post-secondary education, and small business development.
SUPPORT The PIE Program
Invest in Mile High United Way’s community programs, like PIE.
Thank you to our 2023 funders:
City and County of Broomfield
City of Boulder
City of Longmont
Workforce Boulder County
Educational Opportunity Center
Boulder County Housing and Financial Counseling
Amistad Center, Boulder County Head Start, Boulder County Housing & Human Services, Boulder Housing Partners, Boulder Shelter for the Homeless, Casa de la Esperanza, City and County of Broomﬁeld, City of Boulder, Children, Youth and Families, Emergency Family Assistance Association, Family Self-Sufﬁciency, Flatirons Habitat for Humanity, Habitat for Humanity of the St. Vrain Valley, Longmont Housing Authority, Mental Health Partners, Outreach United Resource Center, Sister Carmen Community Center, The Inn Between of Longmont, Inc., Thistle Communities, Workforce Boulder County, YWCA of Boulder County.
For more information about the PIE program contact:
Rosemary Thompson, Program Manager,
Personal Investment Enterprise (PIE)
Frances Zavala, Community Action Programs