Summary of Grants

The Foundation for Financial Planning supports nonprofits throughout the country in the delivery of pro bono planning services to the underserved. Since our founding, we have provided more than 300 grants totaling over $6 million to local organizations serving wounded veterans, cancer patients, military families, domestic violence survivors and many more.

In 2016, grants ranged from $5,000 to $28,000. Read about our 2017 Grantees.

Click here for more information on how to apply for a grant.

Below is a full list of our current and former grantees.

Accountability Minnesota
American Red Cross of Arizona
Association of Women’s Business Centers
Better Business Bureau Military Line
BestPrep
Borough of Manhattan Community College
Boys & Girls Clubs of America
Capital Asset Builders
CCCS of Springfield
CCCS of Western NC
Center for Women & Families
Charlotte Saves
Consumer Federation of America
CFP Board
Dana- Farber Cancer Institute
Detroit Parent Network
Dixon Center / Easter Seals
Dress for Success
El Sol
Financial Mentors / Skills for Living
Florida State University Foundation
Foundation for Financial Services Professionals
Foundation for the Mid-South
FPA Financial Planning Support Center
FPA of Central Ohio
FPA of Colorado
FPA of Dallas/Fort Worth
FPA of East Bay
FPA of Fairfield County
FPA of Georgia
FPA of Greater Cincinnati
FPA of Greater Phoenix
FPA of Hampton Roads
FPA of Illinois
FPA of Indiana
FPA of Kentuckiana
FPA of Los Angeles
FPA of Louisiana
FPA of Maryland
FPA of Massachusetts
FPA of Miami-Dade
FPA of Mid-Oregon
FPA of Minnesota
FPA of National Capital Area
FPA of Nebraska
FPA of New Jersey
FPA of New York
FPA of Northern California
FPA of Orange County
FPA of Oregon & SW Washington
FPA of Philadelphia Tri-State
FPA of Phoenix
FPA of Puget Sound

FPA of Sacramento
FPA of San Antonio
FPA of San Diego
FPA of San Francisco
FPA of Silicon Valley
FPA of Wisconsin
Ft. Riley Financial Readiness
Georgia Consortium for Personal Financial Literacy
Georgia State University Research Foundation
Girls Inc. of Westchester County
Girls Inc., Indianapolis
Greater PA Urban Affairs Coalition
Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership
ISED Ventures – Central Iowa Saves
Jewish Family Services of Greater Hartford
Junior Achievement of Central Maryland
Kentucky Domestic Violence
Lafayette Neighborhood Housing Services
Lawrence CommunityWorks, Inc.
Legal Services of Northern California
Madison Area Technical College
MEDA
Money Matters, Budgeting Matters, Credit Matters, Investing Matters
Moneywise & Moneywise in the Military
NAACP
National MS / CPOD
New Mexico Project for Financial Literacy
North Carolina Council on Economic Education
Northeastern University
Operation HomeFront
Our Daily Bread, Inc.
Purdue Research Foundation
RISE Foundation
Rutgers
Sage Financial Solutions
SpendSmart
State Farm Financial Literacy Lab
Support the Enlisted Project
Texas Tech University
The Midas Collaborative
The Pledging Tree Foundation
The Professional Alliance for Children
Texas Agrilife Extension Services
U. S. Conference of Mayors
United Way of South Hampton Roads
United Way of the Bay Area
UC at Irvine – Women’s Opportunities Center
USA Cares
Utah State University
Vermont EtV
Women’s Initiative for Self Employment

Grants listing by State.

$250,000 Plus Donors