Pro-Bono Volunteer Opportunities

The NAPFA Foundation offers NAPFA members the following pro-bono opportunities:

Advisers Give Back

The NAPFA Consumer Education Foundation and NAPFA have partnered with Advisers Give Back,

a platform allowing consumers to connect with a NAPFA member at no cost. Advisers Give Back makes it easy for you to remotely conduct pro-bono financial planning. You have the simple option of setting your availability, and Advisers Give Back will match you with qualified clients.

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Building Homes for Heroes

Through this partnership, NAPFA members provide one-on-one pro-bono financial planning to disabled veterans who recently were gifted a home from Building Homes for Heroes. Many recipients are first-time homeowners and need a financial plan to ensure they can afford to maintain the property and pay the property taxes. The Pro bono advisor meets with the veteran monthly or bi-monthly for up to two years either in-person, phone or virtually depending on proximity.

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Money Smart Week

The NAPFA Foundation appreciates your support of Money Smart Week and its mission to bring financial capability to communities in need. Money Smart Week will take place April 15-21, 2023.

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NAPFA Foundation One Hour Challenge

After you’ve provided your pro-bono services, please let us know what you did and with whom. Please follow this link to let us know where you volunteered. Your experiences help us develop new pro-bono programmatic opportunities.

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Additional Volunteer Opportunities

Savvy Ladies

Savvy Ladies’ mission is to empower women to take control of their finances by providing a professional network of support & guidance, offering free financial advisors & educational programming to help women make informed & confident financial decisions.

Financial Planning for Cancer Program

Every day, people who are battling cancer make dangerous decisions like skipping a chemotherapy appointment so they can afford to feed their families. They often suffer financial distress that adversely impacts their ability to complete treatment and decreases their chance of survival.

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