For many people, just having access to a variety of resources to learn about personal finance is enough. What’s great is that there is a multitude of resources and programs available to help. Over the years, FPA has worked with a number of organizations. We suggest checking out the following.

  • America Saves: America Saves is a campaign coordinated by the nonprofit Consumer Federation of America (CFA) and is dedicated to helping individuals save money, reduce debt, and build wealth. Learn more.
  • Babson Financial Literacy Project: A not-for-profit initiative designed to help young adults learn to manage their personal finances. The BFLP partners with organizations to create and deliver financial literacy programs. Learn more.
  • Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: Aims to make consumer financial markets work for consumers, responsible providers, and the economy as a whole and arm people with the information, steps, and tools that they need to make smart financial decisions. Learn more.
  • Jump$tart: A national nonprofit coalition of more than 100 organizations from business, finance, government and other sectors, as well as a network of 51 state affiliates, which share a commitment to “financial smarts for students.” Learn more.
  • Money Smart Week: A national public education program coordinated by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago that empowers people to make better-informed personal financial decisions. Learn more.
  • Sammy Rabbit: Sammy Rabbit's vision and objective are to develop generations of children who possess and practice great habits, who become self-sufficient, and capable of making their big dreams come true. Learn more.
  • National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE): The leading private nonprofit national foundation dedicated to inspiring empowered financial decision making for individuals and families through every stage of life. Learn more.