FPA, our nationwide network of chapters, and members endeavor to create a world in which every individual and family has access to the transformative power of financial planning.

Financial planning is a profession founded on hope and optimism, and the Financial Planning Association is committed to Changing Tomorrows™ by ensuring that the possibility of a brighter future is readily available to all who need these services but cannot afford or access them. The FPA Pro Bono Program connects passionate financial planning practitioners to individuals, families, and communities in need. Every year, FPA chapters and members work to provide thousands of hours of one-on-one, no-strings-attached pro bono financial planning advice to thousands of consumers across the country. Their efforts are transforming the lives of consumers from underserved and at-risk communities and have been a staple of the association since the tragic events of September 11, 2001. If you're a consumer who can benefit from pro bono financial planning advice, explore the many opportunities available to you. If you're an FPA member looking to volunteer your time and experience, we want to hear from you.

How to Get Involved

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Take the Training

Understand the basics of how to provide pro bono services to underserved members of your community.
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Financial Planning for Cancer

Lend your skills and knowledge to help individuals and families battling cancer manage their finances so they can focus on getting well.
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Get Involved Locally

Many of our local chapters plan and conduct pro bono programming.
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Pro Bono Financial Planning - COVID-19

FPA members are providing short-term, no-strings-attached financial planning guidance to those who need it.
Pro Bono Financial Planning - COVID-19

FPA Pro Bono Strategic Partner

FPA and the Foundation for Financial Planning have worked together with a focus on delivering optimal management for pro bono initiatives and support to the FPA members and chapters that volunteer to serve people in need of financial planning services.
Through its strategic partnership, FPA and the Foundation provide thousands of pro bono hours annually in communities across the country.