Bank On Music City

Gain Your Financial Independence

Bank On Music City is part of the national Bank On initiative which builds on a grassroots movement of dozens of coalitions in cities across the country that have already connected thousands of individuals to safe and affordable accounts.

The mission: to connect individuals and families with safe and affordable bank accounts and quality financial education.

The goal: to help people keep more of what they earn, protect their money and build relationships that will lead to a promising financial future.

Bank On Music City was created through a partnership between United Way of Metropolitan Nashville, the Nashville Mayor’s Office, the Federal Reserve, local financial institutions & educators, and community organizations with the goal of connecting people with no banking experience or negative banking experience with traditional financial institutions. By doing so, people are able to build wealth and avoid high cost lenders.

Please visit BankOnMusicCity.Com to learn more. 

Click here for more information on the national Bank On initiative.


Success Stories

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Faces of Success: Patricia Carson Faces of Success: Patricia Carson After visiting a VITA Free Tax Prep site to have to have her taxes prepared, Patricia Carson was so grateful that she decided to become a volunteer for the program. Read Patricia’s story and learn how she has benefited from being both a client and volunteer. Read More
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