Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 29, 2011
In an effort to help organizations receive financial education funding, the National Financial Educators Council is releasing their ‘Financial Literacy Grant Guide’ January 2012. This guide lists over one hundred organizations that provide funding for financial literacy initiatives and other material to help non-profit organizations and schools raise funds.
The 2012 version of the NFECs’ Financial Literacy Grant Guide features foundations, corporations and organizations that provide funding for personal finance programs. This guide also has sample sponsorship forms and turnkey fundraisers to help organization build sustainable money management initiatives.
The Financial Literacy Grant Guide is offered free to any organization that applies for the NFECs’ financial literacy funding program. The NFEC financial education funding program offers qualified organization in-kind donations of material, training and other services to support their personal finance initiatives. All applicants will receive the 2012 Financial Literacy Grant Guide complimentary and have the opportunity to receive other in-kind donations as well.
“The NFEC believes in collaboration and supporting those with a passion for sharing financial literacy in their community. It is our hope the complimentary financial literacy grants guide will help organizations and individuals continue their efforts to improve the financial capability of those they serve,” states Vince Shorb, CMO of the NFEC.
The NFECs’ ‘Financial Literacy Grant Guide’ and financial literacy funding initiative were designed to cut down the time grant writers spend on searching for potential funds. According to the National Financial Educators Council, this can help non-profit organizations and schools save money and open them up to potential opportunities.
The NFEC is a social enterprise organization that donates financial education products and services to individuals and organizations seeking to improve the financial capability of those they serve. The 2012 Financial Literacy Grant Guide and financial literacy funding program highlight two of the ways the NFEC helps to increase the reach of people that receive money management training.