At Prosperity Connection, we strive for every St. Louisan to have the financial access, skills, and resources to thrive. Through our best-in-class education and coaching services, we promote economic success, independence, confidence, and equity.

St. Louis Builds Credit

As a partner in the St. Louis Builds Credit initiative, we believe that credit-building can be a tool for tackling income inequality and decreasing the racial wealth gap. Building credit can bring about financial justice and economic dignity for every St. Louisan.

St. Louis Builds Credit is a citywide credit-building initiative that aims to open doors for St. Louisans to achieve a prime credit score, build wealth, and promote financial health.

What We Do

At Prosperity Connection, our highly trained educators and volunteers provide free group seminars and one-on-one coaching services in an effort to help clients set reasonable goals and get the assistance they need to achieve their financial dreams.

What Our Clients Say

 

“If it wasn’t for them, I would probably be in so much debt right now. They [Prosperity Connection] began to really inspire me on saving and getting things back to normal in my life.”
– Reginald

 

“I came a long way with the counseling and all of the different services that I received. It just makes you feel better
about yourself. It makes you keep going and
it makes you a stronger person.”
–  Barbara

Our Impact

$ 0 + debt reduced or eliminated by our clients since 2016
0 + people throughout the St. Louis Metropolitan area reached with group and one-on-one financial education services since 2016
$ 0 + saved by our clients since 2016
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Rae Mayberry

Rae Mayberry

Written by Robert Nelson V In March of 2021, Rae joined Prosperity Connection. Her sight was set on the objective of better money management, debt elimination, and credit score improvement. We pulled Rae’s credit report during our meeting. Rae owed $74,000 in credit card debt, personal, and auto loans, as well as $3,000 in collections. Rae…

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What a Ride it Has Been

What a Ride it Has Been

A reflection from Kathy Siddens, our Executive Director Growing up in small communities, I spent a great deal of time at carnivals and, occasionally, had a ticket to Six Flags or Worlds of Fun when visiting my grandparents.  I was never a huge fan of the stomach-dropping rides but loved the atmosphere of laughter, enjoying the…

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