WISER, with assistance from strategic public-private coalitions, is organizing a one stop information gateway that can provide traditionally hard to reach women (i.e. average and low income women, women of color and women with limited English proficiency), "user friendly" financial management tools. The ultimate goal of the 36 month project is to provide women with access to information that promotes their efforts to attain secure retirements. A state-of-the-art clearinghouse/lending library and satellite resource centers accessible to the Aging Network, faith-based organizations (FBO), state & community agencies, financial institutions, and business & government agencies are being established. Staff conduct training sessions & information panels nationwide; and provide access to a variety of financial planning tools, including fact sheets & other online resources. Major partnerships and coalitions have been formed with a range of private sector organizations to target low-income and minority women. Diverse private sector organizations include: MANA, National Latina Women's Organization, Mother's Voices/Multi-Ethnic Community Retirement Project, Coalition of 100 Black Women, General Federation of Women's Clubs, Profit Sharing Council of America, MetLife, MFS Investment Management, and the Society of Actuaries. Public sector partners include FDIC, SSA, US DoL Women's Bureau, USDA Extension Service, and Comptroller General of the US. Year 2 plans: continue strengthening public and private partnerships at the national & community levels; establish satellite resource centers accessible by community-based organizations (CBO), FBOs, non-profits, finance and business to encourage inclusion of women's financial security as an integral part of the agenda; initiate 2 new programs on a) financial planning for health care in retirement, and b) senior indebtedness; partner with insurance companies to develop materials about annuities for women; and continue outreach.