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Funding & Donation Requests

(Those Seeking a Financial Literacy Sponsor)

The NFEC has a stated goal to help your organization develop sustainable programming. The NFEC provides funding opportunities and in-kind donations to help you start or expand your financial education initiative.

The NFEC sponsorship model favors organizations that can provide benefits back to their patrons and sponsors and that possess a win-win business mentality. We support organizations that offer the following sponsor benefits: event placement, database outreach (newsletter, etc.), media outreach, online placement, and any other benefits that will help your organization and your sponsors continue to spread the financial literacy message.

Sponsors & Patrons

(Those Seeking to Support an Organization)

Share the gift of financial education with a school, nonprofit organization, or community in your state – sponsor financial literacy programming. Your sponsorship will support organizations with a desire to empower the people they serve with practical financial education.

The NFEC connects you with organizations that can offer benefits aligned with your company’s objectives. Some benefits past sponsors have received include client acquisition promotions, fulfilling CRA requirements, launching new product lines, reduced marketing costs, media awareness, community goodwill, and unique brand recognition. Programming is focused on more than just education; it includes promotions to gain added recognition for the sponsor and the overall financial literacy movement.

The NFEC delivers an excellent sponsorship value. Sponsoring a campaign can help your organization meet its business objectives while you serve the community in a meaningful way.

Financial Literacy Sponsor – Sponsor a NFEC Campaign

The NFEC provides financial literacy sponsor opportunities for companies, foundations, and other patrons who seek to promote financial education while receiving benefits aligned with their business objectives.

All programs are customized based on the needs of the sponsor with a focus on your organization’s bottom line. With more than 80 financial literacy assets (high-profile events, workshops, online learning centers, interactive education games, educator training, etc.) and an international teamed of trained educators, the NFEC can deliver an affordable, targeted plan to use your sponsorship dollars for maximum impact.

The NFEC delivers a measureable ROI and provides excellent sponsorship value. Some benefits past sponsors have received include client acquisition, fulfilling CRA requirements, launching new product lines, reduced marketing costs, media awareness, community goodwill, and unique brand recognition.

Programming is focused on more than just education; it includes promotions to gain added recognition for the sponsor and the overall financial literacy movement. Sponsoring a campaign can help your organization meet its business objectives while you serve the community in a meaningful way.

“I have received constant e-mails – the buzz seems to be growing instead of slowing down. The kids are still so excited it is unreal. They got a lot from the event and its motivating them in the class according to some of the teachers. I love it that the community I have lived in for so long has been so blessed by all of this. Thank you so much for all you do; what you have put together is great.”
Karen Troester, Vice-President of US Bank Grand Junction
“We continue to get excellent feedback on your presentation. A congrats from non-clients during the weekend on a subject so dearly needed in our community. The concept is definitely a ‘win-win.”
Allen Ostrofe, President, Ostrofe Financial
“We received excellent feedback from both the kids and parents regarding the videos. Again, I want to thank you so much for your continuous support. It is nice to know that you are just a call away in case of a question. Thanks.”
Natalie Nahas, Financial Education Coordinator, Los Angeles Police Federal Credit Union
“The program is going wonderfully. Kelly is doing an awesome job and our clients have been very receptive of the information and her presentation. Thanks again, the presentation went GREAT, we will be talking with you soon.”
Chrystal Carlisle, Social Services Supervisor of the Salvation Army, Dallas Fort Worth

The NFEC can provide everything you need to conduct a comprehensive financial education promotion, including: educational material, partners, promotions, media relations, and coordination of all aspects of conducting a financial education campaign. Programs available for sponsorship:

Sponsorship Opportunities - Financial Educators Day

Financial Educators Day

Recognize those financial educators & advocates that make a positive impact in your community. Learn more about sponsoring your states Financial Educators Day.

State Surveys & Testing

Learn how Patrons receive state surveys that are customized to your needs and produce statistically significant data with a 95% confidence interval.

Sponsor logos of financial literacy program

Sponsor Community Resources

Financial literacy sponsor opportunities for companies, foundations, and other Patrons who seek to promote financial education while receiving benefits aligned with their business objectives.

Family Savings Challenge

Our Patrons receive high-profile recognition as they provide an interactive and fun way for families learn personal finance topics that will support them over the years.

National Financial Capability Strategy & Financial literacy Statistics

Financial Literacy Campaigns

The NFEC’s campaigns deliver distinct benefits that highlight the sponsor in a positive light while providing a practical education to those you serve.

Fundraiser for financial literacy program

SavingsFund

Help families save for their children’s college, retirement, or overall financial security. The platform also delivers important financial education lessons and provides high visibility for sponsors.

 

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