State of the Union: As Homeowners Go, So Goes the Economy

Washington, DC — The National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC), the nation’s preeminent advocacy group for fair lending and housing, commends President Obama’s call to resuscitate the housing market expected in his annual State of the Union speech. John Taylor, NCRC President and CEO, said: “The weakness of the market since the 2008 crash continues to […]

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NCRC Broadens Movement for Economic Security on Behalf of Older Adults

 Organizations Funded to Empower, Organize and Support Older Adults

Washington, DC —  The National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) today announced five new awardees in a multi-year campaign to empower, organize and support economically vulnerable older adults. The announcement expands NCRC’s commitment to the financial well being of older Americans, following the launch in 2011 of National Neighbors Silver, a national campaign to safeguard the financial security of today’s seniors and future retirees.

“Today’s older adults are working longer and living on less. For some, retirement is but a distant dream, while others face the challenge of stretching their savings or going back to work. Seniors are often left to navigate these challenges on their own. Through National Neighbors Silver, NCRC is deepening the capacity of community-based organizations to help older adults achieve economic security, moving from ‘you’re on your own’ to ‘we’re all in it together’.” said John Taylor, President and CEO of NCRC.

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National Neighbors Silver Partners

NCRC is proud to support ten of its member organizations in the creation of grassroots organizing movements to build economic security and preserve wealth for vulnerable older adults. Our National Neighbors Silver partners are empowering and supporting older leaders in their communities and participating in advocacy at federal, state and local levels. Causa Justa: Just […]

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National Neighbors Silver

The rapid aging of our population demands a national dialogue on what it takes for today’s seniors and future retirees to live with dignity and economic security. NCRC believes that access to quality banking services and adequate housing options is fundamental to aging in place. National Neighbors Silver is a multi-year campaign to empower, organize […]

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NCRC Supports Appointment of Richard Cordray to Head the CFPB

Obama Appoints Protector of the Taxpayer Interest Washington, DC — President Obama will today use his constitutional authority to recess appoint former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). In 2010, the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) gave Cordray its Henry B. Gonzalez Award for outstanding public service, noting that […]

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Please Join Us in 2012

Your Support is Important to Us   When 2011 began, we didn’t know we would embark on one of the most important campaigns in NCRC’s history. And when Capital One filed its application with the Federal Reserve to acquire ING Direct in July, they didn’t know what was about to come their way. We investigated. […]

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Senators Vote for Wall Street, Against the American People

Senate Blocks Qualified Nominee Washington, DC — The National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) today issued the following statement after the Senate failed to secure cloture on the nomination of Richard Cordray to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. NCRC President & CEO John Taylor: “Shame on those Senators who have blocked Richard Cordray’s nomination. The […]

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NCRC Calls on Senate to Confirm Richard Cordray to Head the CFPB

Washington, DC — The National Community Reinvestment Coalition today urged the Senate to confirm former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray as Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). In 2010, the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) gave Cordray its prestigious Henry B. Gonzalez Award for outstanding public service, noting that he was a “shining […]

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