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Recipients of Treasury “First Accounts” Grant Awards

1. Juma Ventures, San Francisco, CA - $250,000 to connect 505 unbanked low- and moderate-income youth in San Francisco to accounts at insured depository institutions over two years. 2. Mile High United Way, Denver, CO - $1,267,500 to connect 2,375 unbanked low- and moderateincome individuals in the Denver metropolitan area to insured accounts at insured depository institutions over two years. 3. DeKalb County Extension Service , Decatur, GA - $271,000 to connect 330 unbanked low- and moderate-income individuals in Decatur, Atlanta, and south central DeKalb County to insured accounts at insured depository institutions over two years. 4. Institute for Social and Economic Development, Coralville, IA - $301,000 to connect 265 unbanked low- and moderate-income individuals in 16 census tracts in Des Moines, IA, to insured accounts at insured depository institutions over two years. 5. Center for Law & Human Services, Chicago, IL - $686,566 to connect 1,000 unbanked low- and moderate-income individuals in Chicago and Detroit to insured accounts at insured depository institutions over two years. 6. Members First Federal Credit Union, Louisville, KY - $130,000 to connect 600 unbanked low- and moderate-income individuals in 64 census tracts in Jefferson County, KY, and Belle, WV, to insured accounts at insured depository institutions over one year. 7. Mission of Peace Housing Counseling Agency, Flint, MI - $592,654 to connect 660 unbanked lowand moderate-income individuals in Genesee, Oakland, Saginaw, Lapeer, and Shiawasee Counties, to insured accounts at insured depository institutions over two years. 8. Native American Development Corporation, Billings, MT - $425,812 to connect 290 unbanked low- and moderate-income individuals on Wind River, Crow, Northern Cheyenne, and Flathead Reservations to insured accounts at insured depository institutions over two years. 9. National Credit Union Foundation, Washington, DC (in collaboration with the New York Credit Union Foundation) - $765,806 to connect 2,100 unbanked low- and moderate-income individuals in rural and metropolitan counties of New York State – Albany area; New York City; Buffalo/Niagara area; and Tompkins, Washington, Warren, and Saratoga Counties – to insured accounts at insured depository institutions over two years. 10. Latino Community Credit Union, Durham, NC - $1,334,000 to connect 6,600 unbanked low- and moderate-income individuals in two North Carolina regions to insured accounts at insured depository institutions over two years. 11. Fifth Third Bank, Columbus, OH - $760,863 to connect 1,000 unbanked low- and moderate-income individuals in south, near east, near north, and west sides and the north east quadrant of Columbus to insured accounts at insured depository institutions over two years. 12. National Credit Union, Washington, DC (in collaboration with El Paso Credit Union Affordable Housing , El Paso, TX) - $92,504 to connect 4,000 unbanked low- and moderate-income individuals in El Paso and El Paso County to insured accounts at insured depository institutions over two years. 13. Legacy Bank, Milwaukee, WI - $342,467 to connect 500 unbanked low- and moderate-income individuals in Milwaukee to insured accounts at insured depository institutions over one year. 14. Boat People S.O.S., Falls Church, VA - $604,492 to connect 1,120 unbanked low- and moderateincome individuals in Washington, DC; Northern VA; Suburban MD; Camden, NJ; Philadelphia, PA; and Hampton Roads, VA, to insured accounts at insured depository institutions over two years. 15. National Credit Union Foundation, Washington, DC (in collaboration with Washington Credit Union League ) - $532,570 to connect 14,100 unbanked low- and moderate-income individuals in CA, NV, WA, OR, ID, MT, ND, and UT to insured accounts at insured depository institutions over eighteen months.

Additional information on the projects listed above can be found at www.treas.gov/firstaccounts