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The Community Empowerment Fund is working to end the racial wealth gap by supporting over 3,000 Members, annually, in reaching their employment, housing, and finance goals. Our approach combines person-centered support with advocacy and financial services that pursue equity. CEF’s work is grounded in recognition of the detrimental impacts of systemic racism on Black and Brown members of our communities and we value the leadership of people with lived experiences with homelessness and poverty.

The Piggy Bank Bash is November 14! Join us!

CEF’s annual Piggy Bank Bash will be held in person in the courtyard of Vimala’s Curryblossom Cafe in Chapel Hill Monday, November 14, 2022 from 6:00-8:00 pm EST. Tickets for CEF Members & Advocates are $15 each, general tickets are $40 each, and limited-VIP tickets with an exclusive cocktail hour are $100 each (doors open early for VIP ticketholders). Purchase your tickets today!

CEF Staff Highlight: Jada
Hope Abounds: CEF Annual Report 2021
CEF Staff Highlight: Joe
House Us Now! March for Affordable Housing at or below 30% AMI Rally in Chapel Hill Saturday, August 28 from 1pm to 5pm Meet at Peace & Justice Plaza, 179 E Franklin St. March to the Jackson Center, 512 W Rosemary St. For transportation info call CEF at 919-200-0233
CEF Staff Highlight: Jada
Hope Abounds: CEF Annual Report 2021
CEF Staff Highlight: Joe
CEF: Community Empowerment Fund

Chapel Hill: 919-200-0233 Durham: 919-797-9233

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