Colorado Public Banking Coalition

We are a coalition working to create local public banks that are socially and environmentally responsible and that keep our money working for our communities.

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Supported By

Over 85 Organizations, Businesses & Community Leaders:

350 Colorado Eco-Justice Ministries
350 Roaring Fork Fort Collins Sustainability Group
350 Denver 350 Northern Colorado
Arvadans for Progressive Action Groundwork Non-Profit
Be the Change USA Longmont Food Rescue
Boulder dot Earth North American Climate, Conservation and Environment(NACCE)
Call to Action Colorado Our Children’s Trust – Colorado
Catholic Network Our Sacred Earth
Center for Biological Diversity Physicians for Social Responsibility
Clean Energy Action Phoenix, Colorado’s Transgender Community Choir
Climate Reality Denver- Boulder Chapter Rainforest Action Network
Community for Sustainable Energy Red Cloud Renewable
Colorado Communities for a Livable Climate Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center
Colorado Environmental Advocates Rocky Mountain Public Banking Institute
Conejos Clean Water Songs of Discovery
Colorado WINS Together Against Neighborhood Drilling
Divest Ed Together Colorado
Public Banking & Justice Embracing Conflict
DeSmog Denver Unite North Metro Denver
Compost Colorado Denver DSA
Rocky Mountain Employee Ownership Center Women In Transformation
ACCDAN: Adams County Communities for Drilling Accountability NOW Front Range Mutual Aid Network
Regenerative Recovery Coalition The Alliance Center


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Amulet Arts by J Dewey Designs LLC Northwest Builders
Arouge Art Jewelry Guitar Instruction by Phil Westfall
Baker’s Dozen Consulting
REEVAAS Public Benefit Corporation (Renewable Energy Electric Vehicles As A Service)
Boulder Homeopathy Robert L Parker Studios
Breathe English LLC Stonebridge Farm
Capitol Solar Energy Spector and Associates
CocoLicious Chocolates Sunshine Shave Ice LLC
Denver Counseling and Art Therapy, LLC Teach Learn Master LLC
Intergrative Massage Solitions Venner Consulting, Inc.
InterTran Energy Consulting Weiss Consulting
Leyla Steele Real Estate Boulder Luxury Group Worldly Exposure Photography and Earth
Gregory K. Marsh & Associates, LLC Chambliss Architects
New Moon Multimedia Evolve to Love, LLC
Future Impact Partners, LLC


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Community Leaders

Anna Koop, Sister of Loretto Juan Marcano, Aurora City Council
Candi Cedebaca, Denver City Council, District 9 Micheal Melio, Secretary, Rocky Mountain Public Banking Institute
Caroline Gleich, Professional Ski Mountaineer Patrick Roybal, District 1 Vice President, Colorado WINS
David Ruchman, Board of Directors, Colorado WINS Sam Weaver, Mayor, City of Boulder
Galina Nicoll, Candidate for CO Senate, District 23 Skip Miller, President, Colorado WINS
Jane Wilson, Secretary, Colorado WINS Stephanie Vigil, Candidate for HD 16
Edie Hooton, State Representative, HD10 Thomas Lundy, Secretary, Energy & Environmental Initiative of the CO Democratic Party


Also supported by over 1,500 forward-thinking Coloradans who have signed on as individuals in support of banking choice

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Latest Updates

How Do Green, Postal and Public Banks Intersect?

All three types of banking are public alternatives to the Wall St. style, for-profit, large commercial banks which we are used to providing both retail (taking deposits from individuals and providing personal banking services) as well as commercial services (lending to and working with institutions, governments, and businesses). However, each type of bank is designed for a unique purpose. Read on to learn more.

Why the Fed Needs Public Banks – An Opinion Piece from Ellen Brown of Public Banking Institute

The Fed’s policy tools – interest rate manipulation, quantitative easing, and “Special Purpose Vehicles” – have all failed to revive local economies suffering from government-mandated shutdowns. . The Fed must rely on private banks to inject credit into Main Street, and private banks are currently unable or unwilling to do it. The tools the Fed actually needs are public banks, which could and would do the job.

How Would a Public Bank Be Structured? 

Self-regulation by statue and by-laws, a public bank as an LLC, the banking corporation model doesn’t fit, public banks for non-home rule communities, public banks as public benefit corporations and cooperatives