National Financial Educators Day Announced

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The National Financial Educators Council has announced the last Friday of April as Financial Educators Day to recognize financial educators.

To recognize those individuals and community groups who contribute their time and efforts to improving people’s financial competencies, the National Financial Educators Council has announced the last Friday of April as Financial Educators Day.

Financial Educators Day, which occurs during Financial Literacy Month, was founded to celebrate the efforts of those who promote financial wellness. These efforts not only improve individual lives, but also have positive impact on the community and the entire world. Anyone who contributes to the financial literacy movement—traditional educators, volunteers, financial professionals, or concerned citizens—may be recognized on this special day.

In addition to recognizing these important contributors, Financial Educators Day also provides another vehicle to raise awareness about financial literacy. As they honor the educators who have helped promote financial wellness, organizations can use Financial Educators Day to obtain media attention and build community goodwill.

The NFEC contends that the educators who have demonstrated their passion for helping others are the true leaders of their financial education efforts. “It’s the financial professionals, teachers, volunteers, and concerned citizens that drive the financial literacy movement,” commented Steven Alexander, National Development Director of the NFEC.

The National Financial Educators Council provides complimentary resources to organizations and individuals that decide to promote Financial Educators Day.

The National Financial Educators Council revolutionizes the financial literacy industry by delivering comprehensive campaigns to the global community. The NFEC is widely recognized for creating high-profile financial literacy initiatives that span all areas of personal finance. These campaigns are designed to improve community outcomes and raise awareness for the financial literacy movement. The NFEC mission is to create a world where people are informed to make qualified financial decisions that improve their lives, the lives of their loved ones, and the lives of people they influence around the globe.

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