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    Corporate Partnerships

    Why Support FFP?

    FFP is the nation’s only nonprofit organization solely devoted to powering pro bono financial planning for people in need. We have helped activate more than 20,000 volunteer financial planners, and thanks to charitable contributions from over 13,000 professionals and leading corporations in the industry, we have reached over 440,000 undeserved people with quality financial advice.

    By amplifying the incredible impact of pro bono services—and by shining a light on the professionals and companies committed to this important work—we strive to enshrine pro bono planning in the culture and practice of the profession for years to come.

    To learn more about how your company can get involved, please contact Katie Hammer, Senior Director of Development & Communications, at or 202-864-5182.

    Corporate 100 Club

    The Corporate 100 Club represents companies that are making a profound impact on efforts to advance pro bono financial planning. Corporate 100 Club members have made a recent pledge of $100,000 or more to fuel FFP’s support of quality financial planning services for people in crisis or need, including active military members and wounded veterans, seniors and family caregivers, low-income single parents, people with cancer, domestic violence survivors and more.

    Current Corporate Supporters

    Thank you to the companies who have supported FFP in 2019 & 2020!

    Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. & Charles Schwab Foundation

    Fidelity Investments

    Capital Group

    AIG Financial Distributors
    Commonwealth Financial Network
    Dimensional Fund Advisors
    Envestnet, Inc.
    E*TRADE Advisor Services
    Orion Advisor Services
    Pershing, a BNY Mellon Company
    TD Ameritrade Institutional

    The Cambridge Foundation

    Cetera Financial Group
    Ivy Investments

    Media Sponsors

    Thank you to the media partners who offered in-kind support to FFP in 2019!

    • Financial Advisor Magazine
    • Source Media (Financial Planning, OnWallStreet)
    • Journal of Financial Planning
    • InvestmentNews