Improving lives through financial education and coaching

Our Partners

The Piedmont Triad Regional Council (PTRC) is one of 16 regional councils in North Carolina. Financial Pathways of the Piedmont is designated by the State of North Carolina to serve as the lead regional organization for the Piedmont Triad region.

Experiment in Self Reliance (ESR) works to eliminate poverty and homelessness by helping people help themselves. 

The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) is the leading advocate for the real estate finance industry. The MBA represents and serves its members through a comprehensive array of capabilities and tools that enable members to successfully deliver fair, sustainable and responsible real estate financing within ever-changing business environments.

Financial Pathways of the Piedmont collaborates with multiple departments within the Forsyth County Government in order to the fully support our clients.  These departments include Department of Social Services, Adult Protective Services, the Guardianship Program, Housing and Community Development, and Budget & Management.

The Enrichment Center helps adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities reach their full potential and achieve their best life. 

Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County (HFHFC) builds strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter.

The Prosperity Center is a United Way collaborative between Goodwill Industries of Northwest North Carolina and Financial Pathways of the Piedmont. The Center assists individuals with a variety of needs aimed at helping them reach financial stability. Services include job search assistance, learning how to get and stay debt free and much more. We also offer various classes and workshops throughout the year, including free tax preparation, English as a Second Language, Computer Basics and others.

Strong at Home, a collaboration of five leading community agencies, has received grants from three major community funding organizations. This new project will improve the lives of families with young children in vulnerable neighborhoods.

The Asset Building Coalition (ABC) works to unite Forsyth County to raise awareness about asset poverty, its affects on individuals, families, and our community overall. The ABC promotes and supports coordinated strategies that everyone can work on together to build asset wealth for a more resilient Forsyth County.

The Winston-Salem Regional Association of REALTORS (WSRAR) is the voice for the real estate industry in the Winston-Salem Piedmont Area. 

Financial Pathways works in tandem with the City of Winston-Salem‘s goal of providing affordable housing to its citizens. The Down Payment Assistance program provides below-market financing to first time homebuyers to be used towards the down payment for their first home.

Age-Friendly Forsyth (AFF) connects, informs, and engages aging adults and community partners to create a livable community through collaborative planning and action, and works with a variety of stakeholders and community members to ensure aging adults in Forsyth County are living their best lives. 

Pivot Ministries exists to empower low-income women for better life and income-producing opportunities.

The Simon Green Atkins Community Development Corporation (SGACDC) is a non-profit organization that strives to foster community-based leadership focused on revitalizing the neighborhoods surrounding Winston-Salem State University.

NCHFA Community Partners Loan Pool

The Community Partners Loan Pool (CPLP) provides qualified home buyers with down payment assistance.

Forsyth County Economic and Community Development Department

The Affordable Homeownership Opportunity Program provides funds to assist with the down payment and closing costs associated with the purchase of a home by a low or moderate income, first time homebuyer in Forsyth County. 

Financial Pathway’s Representative Payee Program works closely with the US Social Security Administration to ensure applications are processed quickly for clients who are required to have a payee.  The Social Security Administration is also a strong referral source for this program.