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Our Impact

REAL STORIES

Robert's Story

Robert’s Story

Steve's Story

Steve’s Story

Sarah's Story

Sarah’s Story

Faye's Story

Faye’s Story

Otto's Story

Otto’s Story

Xena's Story

Xena’s Story

Jessie's Story

Jessie’s Story

Roshon's Story

Roshon’s Story

W!SE's Story

W!SE’s Story

Kevin's Story

Kevin’s Story

Lynn's Story

Lynn’s Story

Franklin University

Franklin University

Maria's Story

Maria’s Story

Don's Story

Don’s Story

Cindy's Story

Cindy’s Story

Amey's Story

Amey’s Story

Raven's Story

Raven’s Story

Darrell’s Story

Erica’s Story

Serenity’s Story

Lydine’s Story

Hussain’s Story

Karin's Story

Karin’s Story

Felix's Story

Felix’s Story

Michael’s Story

Michael’s Story

Yusuf's Story

Yusuf’s Story

Pamela's Story

Pamela’s Story

Paul's Story

Paul’s Story

Garrett's Story

Garrett’s Story

Yi & Matt's Story

Yi & Matt’s Story

University of Georgia

University of Georgia

Rick's Story

Rick’s Story

Sarah's Story

Sarah’s Story

Kian's Story

Kian’s Story

FIT's Story

FIT’s Story

Taz’s Story

Taz’s Story

KCADV's Story

KCADV’s Story

Susan's Story

Susan’s Story

The Doyles’ Story

The Doyles’ Story

BY THE NUMBERS

FFP helps develop and support programs across the country connecting vulnerable families and individuals to free, quality financial advice. In 2023 we were proud to support efforts that benefited vulnerable groups such as domestic violence survivors, wounded veterans, lower-income essential workers, people with cancer, and many others. Since our founding in 1995, FFP has funded pro bono programs in 38 states.

2023 IMPACT

See the full 2023 Impact Report here.