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FFP Salutes Volunteers Helping Seniors

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In recognition of Older Americans Month, we celebrate the pro bono volunteers, like Hannah Depew, CFP®, who help at-risk seniors with just-in-time fiduciary advice.

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Going Beyond Financial Literacy

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In recognition of Financial Literacy Month, FFP CEO Jon Dauphiné joined longtime FFP supporter and pro bono advocate Karen Schaeffer, CFP®, on ForYourBenefit, a Federal News Network podcast, to discuss the importance of financial capability with host Bob Leins, CPA.

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Celebrating Women’s History Month

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Now you can see them. Organizations that support women. Successful [female] financial planners stepping up to support their communities, and in turn creating the visibility needed to highlight financial planning.

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Improving Lives: 2021 Impact Report

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As the COVID-19 pandemic continued through 2021, millions of Americans experienced a decline in their financial health. Those who were already financially vulnerable were hit the hardest. In an effort to reach those most impacted, Foundation for Financial Planning (FFP) continued to work hard to expand pro bono financial planning programs that connect struggling Americans with dedicated CFP® professionals.

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Pro bono work gives advisers way to go beyond helping the rich get richer

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The payoff for pro bono work doesn’t show up on the bottom line. It’s in the returns you get from touching someone’s life at a vulnerable moment.

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How Women Are Boosting Americans’ Financial Security

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March is about celebrating Women’s History and unfortunately, in the financial advisory world, some of that history is not as great as we would like. For example, nearly one-third of the gender financial literacy gap is attributed to women’s lower confidence levels, versus a knowledge gap, according to the Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center. And while 85% of women control their families’ day-to-day finances, few control long-term financial planning decisions, UBS reports.

While a 2021 survey by the Certified Financial Planning Board of Standards found that 60% of CFP holders had done some pro bono planning over the past two years, averaging 28 hours per year, those numbers are virtually unchanged from two years earlier.

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Celebrating Black History Month

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In recognition of Black History Month, FFP thanks our partners and volunteers who help bring quality financial planning to all families, and we celebrate the BIPOC advisors and advocates who help advance equality and accessibility within the profession.

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New and Improved Pro Bono Training!

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We are thrilled to share that FFP’s Pro Bono Financial Planning Volunteer Training – created with College for Financial Planning, a Kaplan Company, and presented by Capital Group – has been updated and re-released! Through this one-hour online training, advisors will learn new skills and techniques to help better address the needs of pro bono clients, which often differ from those of paid clients. All CFP® professionals will earn a CE credit upon successful completion of the course.

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FFP Announces 2022 Grant Recipients

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FFP to issue more than $470,000 in grants in 2022 to support pro bono financial guidance programs for Americans facing financial hardship

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A Season of Giving

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The last year and a half have brought unimaginable changes to our lives. Last year, Americans saw the first significant decline in household income in nearly a decade. For the most vulnerable families, the financial impact of COVID-19 has been devastating, while the S&P stock index gained 18.4%, only widening the gap between the haves and the have nots.

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Pro bono financial planning needs fintech to step up

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Fintech could be the leg up that pro bono financial planning needs, according to new research from the Foundation for Financial Planning.

While a 2021 survey by the Certified Financial Planning Board of Standards found that 60% of CFP holders had done some pro bono planning over the past two years, averaging 28 hours per year, those numbers are virtually unchanged from two years earlier.

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Leading RIAs Come Together to Support Pro Bono Financial Advice

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Leading RIAs Come Together to Support Pro Bono Financial Advice FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Globe Newswire, (more…)

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Pro Bono Client Impact Story: Amey

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After working hard to build a future as small business owners of a smoothie café franchise, Amey and her husband were devastated when the franchise failed, forcing them to file for bankruptcy. Left with a $25,000 tax bill, Amey’s husband began driving for Uber, and their family managed to make ends meet.

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20 Years On: How 9/11 fueled a pro bono movement

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To honor the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on our nation, FFP is proud to share some reflections on how that terrible day helped spur a pro bono financial planning tradition that has since grown and flourished.

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A Powerful Podcast

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This month, the Financial Planning Association® (FPA®) and host Hannah Moore, CFP®, invited FFP and our friends to the “You’re a Financial Planner…Now What?” podcast. Speaking alongside FPA® and FFP grantee and partner Family Reach, our CEO Jon Dauphiné discussed the Financial Planning for Cancer program, while pro bono client Raven shared her story of working with a volunteer financial planner to navigate the financial burden of her young son’s cancer diagnosis.

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Join us on August 19th for AdviceTech.LIVE!

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FFP is honored to be the 2021 Benefactor Partner for AdviceTech.LIVE! (AT.L) on Thursday, August 19th – a live virtual conference showcasing the newest advisor fintech and more. With themes including Financial Wellness and Advice Accessibility, AT.L will donate at least 50% of event proceeds to FFP.

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Powerful Impact in Communities of Color

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In January 2021, in partnership with BNY Mellon’s Pershing, FFP launched Communities of Color (CofC), a new initiative helping connect more Black and Brown families to CFP® professionals during this time of economic uncertainty. We have been proud to see the positive impact that our CofC grantees have had on individuals and families across the country.

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Pro Bono Financial Planning During Pandemic Spurs a Call for Tech Innovation

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The COVID-19 pandemic arrived like a tidal wave on our shores, wreaking health and financial devastation on millions of lower- to middle-income (LMI) Americans, who often had no emergency fund while facing a loss of income due to employment disruptions and other factors.

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Upcoming Webinar: How to Start a Pro Bono Financial Planning Program

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FFP Webinar, June 8th – “How to Start a Pro Bono Financial Planning Program: A special webinar for nonprofits, financial advisors, and FPA® chapters seeking to create more impact in their communities”

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Financial planning can be a lifeline for cancer patients

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Financial planning might be the last thing on someone’s mind after they’re diagnosed with cancer, but it can help with their quality of life — and perhaps even prolong their life.

New research involving patients with aggressive blood cancer found a 53% higher survival rate over 12 months linked with financial planning intervention, as well as help from nurses and pharmacists who helped identify assistance programs.

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The future of pro bono financial advice

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Alexandra Armstrong, one of the first individuals to obtain a CFP certification, still remembers walking into Ameriprise more than 25 years ago and asking for a $10 million donation.

Armstrong, now 81, and the late financial planning pioneer Don Pitti didn’t have a formal business plan for the seedling non-profit foundation they were launching, and they didn’t yet have any corporate donations as a track record.

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FFP Webinar Series

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FFP is dedicated to advancing pro bono financial guidance for people in need, including educating advisors and nonprofit partners on how to achieve meaningful impact in their pro bono engagements and programs.

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Coping with a difficult year: How your expert advice can change a life

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Seven years ago, Serenity’s life took a drastic turn. After consulting several doctors about ongoing stomach pain, she was diagnosed with stage one gastroesophageal junction cancer. Following a painful surgery, a year of recovery and her daughter’s birth, Serenity’s cancer recurred — this time in her lungs. In the years that followed, she experienced multiple recurrences throughout her body, with radiation and chemotherapy effectively treating the cancer each time. Despite such challenging circumstances, Serenity pushed forward, maintained her job at a local museum and continued to meet her personal and financial goals. 

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FFP Expanded Pro Bono Financial Planning Efforts in 2020

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The Foundation for Financial Planning’s pro bono financial planning efforts for people in crisis or need increased significantly in 2020 as advisors stepped up to help those most affected by economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, it said Thursday.

FFP saw a 27% increase in the total number of one-on-one advice sessions for at-risk individuals provided by its grantees and partners, growing from 9,200 in 2019 to about 11,700 in 2020, it said.

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February News 2021

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Volunteer to provide virtual pro bono financial education, personalized guidance, and one-on-one consultations to financially vulnerable seniors.

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FFP Names New Chair, Welcomes Five New Trustees

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Globe Newswire, January 14, 2021: Kate Healy assumes Chair; Yonhee Choi Gordon, CFP®, Steve Larson, Jean (more…)

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FFP Announces 2021 Grants Recipients

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Globe Newswire, January 7, 2021: FFP to develop and support pro bono financial planning programs (more…)

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To Boost Pro Bono Service, Advice Industry Must Set the Tone at the Top

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A call for pro bono in financial services. Jeff Benjamin and Bruce Kelly welcome Jon Dauphiné from the Foundation for Financial Planning to discuss his group’s call asking for advisers to commit to at least 25 hours of pro bono work a year. He explains why this commitment would be good for advisers, and why it would be good for the industry as a whole. 

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A call for pro bono in financial services

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A call for pro bono in financial services. Jeff Benjamin and Bruce Kelly welcome Jon Dauphiné from the Foundation for Financial Planning to discuss his group’s call asking for advisers to commit to at least 25 hours of pro bono work a year. He explains why this commitment would be good for advisers, and why it would be good for the industry as a whole. 

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FFP Calls On CFP Board To Recommend Pro Bono Service For Advisors

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FFP Calls On CFP Board To Recommend Pro Bono Service For Advisors. The Foundation for Financial Planning (FFP), in collaboration with industry leaders serving on the nonprofit organization’s Corporate Advisory Council, has issued a joint statement asking that the Certified Financial Board of Standards recommend all certificants perform at least 25 hours of pro bono service annually. The joint statement, entitled “Coming Together to Help At-risk Americans in a Time of Crisis,” asserted that even before the Covid-19 pandemic reached the U.S., the Federal Reserve had reported that nearly 40% of people could not afford a $400 emergency expense.

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Wealth Management Leaders Urge CFP Board to Better Promote Pro Bono Financial Planning

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Wealth Management Leaders Urge CFP Board to Better Promote Pro Bono Financial Planning. A notable group of leaders from wealth and asset management firms sent a formal letter to the CFP Board on Thursday, asking the organization to do more to encourage financial advisors to donate their time and skills to those in need. The corporate advisory council of the Foundation for Financial Planning, a nonprofit that promotes pro bono financial planning, sent the letter recommending the CFP Board begin asking its over 87,000 designation holders to dedicate at least 25 hours to pro bono planning each year. Other professions do the same; the letter notes that the American Bar Association recommends that all attorneys dedicate at least 50 hours to pro bono service each year.

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Finance leaders ask CFP Board to recommend pro bono work

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Finance leaders ask CFP Board to recommend pro bono work. The biggest brands across the financial services landscape are calling on the CFP Board to recommend advisers consider pro bono work in an effort to help those most affected by the global pandemic. The campaign, engineered by the Foundation for Financial Planning’s Corporate Advisory Council, carries the endorsement of executives from 10 of the biggest brands in financial services, including Schwab Advisor Services, Fidelity Institutional, BlackRock, Goldman Sachs and T. Rowe Price.

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Corporate Statement on Pro Bono

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FFP website, November 12, 2020: Coming Together to Help At-risk Americans in a Time of Crisis – The following statement was submitted by members of Foundation for Financial Planning’s Corporate Advisory Council, a group composed of business leaders in the financial advice sector who pursue a shared goal of bringing pro bono financial planning and advice to underserved people.

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September News 2020

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For those attending the FPA Annual Conference online, be sure to check out FFP’s pro bono session, Giving Back with Pro Bono Financial Planning, this Friday, October 2nd, 12-1pm ET. The session will focus on how FFP is addressing increased need for pro bono services in the current economic climate, including how advisors can get involved. We will do a walk-through of our new volunteer matching platform, ProBonoPlannerMatch.org, and share other key resources to help advisors prepare for pro bono work with lower-income and high-need clients.

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The Financial Devastation Of COVID-19: Here’s How To Help (and Find Help)

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The Need for Pro Bono Financial Planning Has Never Been Greater. How can the wealth management industry help? One man who’s more than happy to answer is Jon Dauphiné, CEO of the Foundation of Financial Planning (FFP). Founded in 1995, FFP is the national engine for pro bono financial planning and the only 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charity devoted solely to supporting this ever-increasing need for those who may not otherwise have access to critical financial planning resources.

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July News 2020

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FFP has been proud to collaborate with AARP on the Retirement Resilience Program, sponsored by Stratos Wealth Partners. This series of webinars educates and brings personalized financial guidance to vulnerable seniors, many of whom are affected by COVID-19 and not able to live life as usual during this crisis.

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Upcoming Webinar Using Financial Empathy to Help All Clients Achieve Financial Well-being and Empowerment

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This webinar will explore the universal and divergent areas of financial well-being for 8 unique identity groups. Our hosts will present new research that examines financial well-being across the dimensions of access to financial services, financial actions, and attitudes about one’s own financial situation. Finally, we will explore the role of the planner in using financial empathy to empower individuals to improve their financial well-being.

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TD Ameritrade Institutional’s Kate Healy: “Why we need to raise awareness that it is OK to ask for help with finances”

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Raise awareness that it is OK to ask for help with finances. While financial planners don’t always have to manage money, there are resources available at all levels of complexity and cost. Some financial planners however will give advice on your overall financial picture and provide a financial plan for you to follow. You can use them as a check-in every few years, or as an everyday trusted advisor to help you make decisions affecting your financial life. The Foundation for Financial Planning expands access to financial planners, providing pro bono services to people including those affected by cancer or natural disasters, to our military, to victims of domestic violence, and to those who don’t have access to a planner.

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Financial Advisor Q&A: The Foundation for Financial Planning

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The recent economic fallout has highlighted the financial insecurity many Americans face every day. In 2019, nearly 40% of American adults surveyed by the Federal Reserve said they did not have enough savings to cover an emergency. By April 2020, the Pew Research Center found that nearly half of white adults and three-quarters of Black and Hispanic adults did not have enough savings to cover three months of expenses. The unfortunate reality is that those who need the help of a financial planner the most are often the ones who can least afford it. That’s where organizations like the Foundation for Financial Planning (FFP) come in. The Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit is devoted to supporting the delivery of pro bono financial planning and advice to at-risk populations nationwide.

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Good News: Advice industry raising funds to deliver financial planning to families.

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Jon Dauphine, CEO of Foundation for Financial Planning, describes new $1 million fund providing emergency grants to groups helping health care first responders and others impacted by the pandemic.

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With Every Crisis Comes An Opportunity To Make A Difference

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December 2019 marked the 50th anniversary of the financial planning profession. In December 1969, 13 individuals in the financial services industry gathered in an airport hotel in Chicago and planted the seeds of what has become the financial planning profession. Pro bono financial planning has always been a hallmark of the financial planning field, but it needs to be ingrained in everything we do. The next generation of financial planners need to embrace the importance and impact of pro bono just as the legal, medical, and dental professions have.

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Schwab Commits $500K Match to FFP’s COVID-19 Fund: Coronavirus Aid Roundup

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The Foundation for Financial Planning launched a COVID-19 Financial Resilience Fund, driven by a $500,000 matching commitment from Charles Schwab Foundation, FFP said.

All qualified contributions to the fund will be matched dollar for dollar, creating a total potential of $1 million to help bring pro bono financial planning and advice to low-income workers and other groups hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to FFP, a nonprofit charitable organization.

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FFP Launches Pro Bono Planning Fund

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The Foundation for Financial Planning (FFP) on Thursday launched the COVID-19 Financial Resilience Fund and announced that the Charles Schwab Foundation will double up to $500,000 in matching grants.

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FFP Establishes COVID-19 Relief Fund With $500K Matching Grant From Schwab

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The Foundation for Financial Planning (FFP) on Thursday launched the COVID-19 Financial Resilience Fund and announced that the Charles Schwab Foundation will double up to $500,000 in matching grants.

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FFP Announces COVID-19 Financial Resilience Fund

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FFP has announced the launch of its COVID-19 Financial Resilience Fund, fueled by a $500,000 matching commitment from Charles Schwab Foundation. All qualified contributions to the Fund will be matched dollar-for-dollar, creating a total potential of $1 million to help bring pro bono financial planning and advice to low-income workers and other groups impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Best Uses of Stimulus Checks for Main Street Americans

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With stimulus checks starting to show up in Americans’ bank accounts, what’s the best use of the cash? First things first, experts say.

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Special Announcement on Keeping Nonprofits Afloat During Crisis

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As the nation grapples with the COVID-19 health and economic crisis, the 1.3 million charities in the U.S. are facing unprecedented challenges that threaten their ability to deliver critical services, and in some cases their very survival. Most nonprofits rely on contributions and grants from individuals, corporations, and foundations. On average, three out of every four dollars donated to a nonprofit come from individual donors.

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Upcoming Webinar Pro Bono Financial Planning During the COVID-19 Crisis: What Advisors & Clients Need to Know

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In the fluid and rapidly developing environment of COVID-19, many pro bono financial advisors are wondering if they have the knowledge and information needed to help low- to moderate- income clients.

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Upcoming Webinar Serving Clients in Crisis: A Focus on Virtual Financial Coaching

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Jon Dauphiné, CEO of Foundation for Financial Planning, said financial advisers are uniquely positioned to help with the unfolding crisis by providing financial education and guidance as more Americans lose livelihoods and deplete meager savings.

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How financial advisers can help Americans impacted by COVID-19

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Jon Dauphiné, CEO of Foundation for Financial Planning, said financial advisers are uniquely positioned to help with the unfolding crisis by providing financial education and guidance as more Americans lose livelihoods and deplete meager savings.

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Pro Bono in a Time of Crisis

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Pro Bono in a Time of Crisis Dear Partners and Friends, As the nation grapples (more…)

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February News 2020

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Survey data from pro bono volunteers suggest that a lack of confidence in serving lower-income clients can be a barrier for some planners contemplating volunteer service. To help planners build the confidence and skills needed to serve vulnerable people, FFP worked with FPA and Kaplan Professional, which donated its expertise and services, to develop the new Pro Bono Financial Planning Volunteer Training.

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FFP Announces 2020 Grant Recipients

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FFP to issue more than $400,000 in grants during its 25th anniversary year.

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January News 2020

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FFP e-newsletter, January 30, 2020: FFP has officially opened applications for our 2021 grants, which (more…)

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FFP Welcomes Three New Trustees: Eric Clarke, Jeff Concepcion, and Marty Kurtz, CFP®, join FFP board

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We’re thrilled by the caliber of professionals we’re welcoming to the Foundation for Financial Planning board in 2020, our 25th anniversary year,” said board chair Scott Kahan, CFP®. “As we enter the next decade, FFP is hyper-focused on fostering innovation and collaboration to bring pro bono financial planning to more Americans, and this group will be instrumental in helping us do that.

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From Financial Advisor: “Give It Away Now” by Dan Moisand, CFP®

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Financial Advisor Magazine, January 2020: In May, several leaders of the financial planning profession took (more…)

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November News 2019

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FFP e-newsletter, November 26, 2019: In recognition of the Foundation for Financial Planning (FFP)’s 25th (more…)

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“Pro Bono For Cancer” Effort Featured on CNBC.com

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CNBC, November 24, 2019: Cancer sends many patients into bankruptcy. Advisors are stepping up to (more…)

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October News 2019

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FFP e-newsletter, October 30, 2019: FFP and our partners are growing efforts to offer pro (more…)

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How FFP Programs Are Changing Lives

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When Taz A., a cab driver, showed up at FFP grantee Britepaths, he was drowning (more…)

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August News 2019

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When Taz A., a cab driver, showed up at FFP grantee Britepaths, he was drowning (more…)

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July News 2019

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Want to learn more about how advisers can help improve financial capability for those in (more…)

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Fighting cancer’s ‘financial aftershocks’

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Twelve days before Christmas in 2014, sixth-grader Lilli Hicks was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia, (more…)

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June News 2019

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Helping Marines Reach Financial Independence: FFP Grantee Financial Independence Training (FIT) is dedicated to increasing (more…)

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May News 2019

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As one of FFP’s leading media partners, InvestmentNews is instrumental in helping raise awareness of pro bono financial (more…)

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April News 2019

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For over 10 years, Rick Fingerman, CFP®, has managed the pro bono financial planning program (more…)

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March News 2019

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Last month, FFP was proud to join CFP Board in presenting the first-ever Excellence in Pro (more…)

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The wildfires burned – then the planners came

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Foundation-supported effort in Northern California is providing victims of the terrible wine country fires free (more…)

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February News 2019

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When Alexandra Armstrong, CFP®, and husband Jerry McCoy were creating their estate plan, they wanted (more…)

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Jon Dauphiné featured on Certificant Connection Podcast

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How Financial Planners Can Give Back Through Pro Bono – An interview with Foundation for (more…)

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Jon Dauphiné featured on Money Savage Podcast

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Last month, CEO Jon Dauphiné was proud to be a guest on “Money Savage by George (more…)

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Foundation for Financial Planning Announces 2019 Grant Recipients

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WASHINGTON, D.C.: January 15, 2019 – The Foundation for Financial Planning (FFP) has announced that it will (more…)

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Is pro bono work in your future?

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Doesn’t everyone want to make a positive difference in the world? Of course, financial planners (more…)

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December News 2018

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With your help, we can bring pro bono financial planning to more cancer patients in (more…)

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October News 2018

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FFP and our partners are growing efforts to offer pro bono financial planning to families (more…)

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How advisers can help cancer patients tackle financial distress

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The Foundation for Financial Planning is calling for a national response to the potential financial (more…)

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August News 2018

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The Pro Bono Awards, sponsored jointly by the Foundation for Financial Planning and Financial Planning magazine, recognizes planners who (more…)

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June News 2018

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Earlier this month, Accredited Investors Wealth Management® in Edina, Minnesota hosted its ninth “Be Our Guest” session to (more…)

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FPA NorCal Raises $320,000 for Pro Bono Financial Planning

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WASHINGTON, D.C.: June 19, 2018  –  Attendees of the Financial Planning Association® (FPA®)’s NorCal Conference, (more…)

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May News 2018

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Thank you to the nonprofits that applied for 2019 grant funding from FFP! Our application (more…)

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March News 2018

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FFP Awarded Gift at InvestmentNews‘ Women to Watch. Last week, FFP supporter and chief executive of Budros (more…)

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February News 2018

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Foundation for Financial Planning & CFP Board Create New Pro Bono Award for Academic Institutions. FFP (more…)

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Foundation for Financial Planning Announces 2018 Grants Recipients

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WASHINGTON, Jan. 30, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Foundation for Financial Planning (FFP) has announced that it will reward grants (more…)

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Financial Planning Can Help Save Lives

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“Cancer sucks.” That is a crude sentence but one I have never heard anyone dispute. (more…)

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Financial Advisor Features Pro Bono for Cancer Work

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Advisor Foundation Looks To Free Cancer Patients From Financial Stress. (more…)

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June News 2017

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FFP Partners with Investment News FOUNDATION NEWS | JUNE 2017 The Foundation for Financial Planning is proud to (more…)

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May News 2017

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The Foundation for Financial Planning and Financial Planning magazine Pro Bono Awards recognize the community service work (more…)

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