Since 2002


23,913 units of housing counseling services delivered

916 assisted in becoming first time homeowners 

50 structured savings program graduates

7,664 tax returns prepared

$12,939,167 in tax returns refunded to the community

$1,773,800 saved in tax-preparation fees

1,059 ITIN numbers obtained for immigrants

368 bank accounts opened

736 financial literacy workshops organized

274 people enrolled in affordable healthcare

Awarded Philadelphia Commission of Human Relations Human Rights Award

Pioneered the integration of various asset building programs with housing counseling in Philadelphia's Latino community

Presented at National Community Tax Coalition conference in Chicago about ITINs as a tool to promote economic development in immigrant communities

Recognized in December 2015 for innovating one of the top three Best Anti-Poverty Solutions by the Philadelphia Social Innovations Lab and its literary counterpart, the Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal, for the use of free tax return preparation as a gateway to asset building

Pioneered a new matched savings program and credit building program for new citizens