Policy Statement on Equal Access and Anti-Discrimination

Title VI Compliance

Credit Builders Alliance (CBA) and CBA Fund assure that no current or potential program participant shall on the grounds of race, color, national, origin, or gender, as provided in Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related statues, be excluded from participation in, or denied benefits from, or be subject to discrimination within any program for which CBA or CBA Fund received federal financial support.  

CBA and CBA Fund further assure that both organizations will make every effort to ensure that all of its programs and services, regardless of whether those programs are federally funded or not, provide an equitable opportunity for access and are nondiscriminatory. In the event that CBA or CBA Fund distributes funds to a sub-recipient for a program that received federal funding, the organizations will include Title VI compliance as a condition in all agreements with sub-recipients. 

 

For questions or to file a complaint, please contact: 

Zach Morrow 
COO, CBA and CBA Fund
1701 K St NW. Ste. 1000
Washington, DC 20006 

Email: zach@creditbuildersalliance.org 

Section 504 Compliance

Credit Builders Alliance (CBA) and CBA Fund’s policy is to provide access to its programs and services for all current and potential participants in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation act of 1973 (Section 504). 

Section 504 prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in federally assisted programs. Section 504 applies to programs that have received federal financial assistance. CBA and CBA Fund assure that both organizations will make every effort to ensure that all of its programs and services, regardless of whether those programs are federally funder or not, provide an equitable opportunity for access and are nondiscriminatory. In the event that CBA or CBA Fund distributes funds to a sub-recipient for a program that received federal funding, the organizations will include Section 504 compliance as a condition in all agreements with sub-recipients. 

Oversight of compliance with these regulations is the responsibility of the Compliance Point of Contact for CBA and CBA Fund, all concerns, requests, or questions about accessibility for CBA and CBA Fund should be directed to: 

Zach Morrow 
COO, CBA and CBA Fund
1701 K St NW. Ste. 1000
Washington, DC 20006 

Email: zach@creditbuildersalliance.org 

Complaint File Maintenance and Policy Posting
All written complaints received by CBA or CBA Fund, responses, and other documents related to the grievance will be maintained by CBA or CBA Fund for three years. 

Office of Civil Rights and Equal Employment Opportunity Complaint
CBA or CBA Fund program participants also have the right to make a complaint to the Department of the Treasury Office of Civil Rights and Equal Employment Opportunity. To make a complaint, please follow the instructions within the linked document. 

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