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Money Smart - A Financial Education Program

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Alliance Members

An Alliance Member includes signed partnership agreements or an informal agreement reached with any organization that effectively promotes and/or enhances the implementation of the Money Smart curriculum. Alliance members are comprised of financial institutions, universities/community colleges, adult education providers, schools or other educational service providers, military bases, extension service professionals, community-based organizations, faith-based groups, employment and/or training service providers, governmental agencies, and other organizations. In order to be an Alliance Member, an organization must be able to demonstrate that they have undertaken one of the activities listed below for at least a six-month timeframe and demonstrate sustainable engagement in these activities. Alliance members encourage Money Smart efforts in a multifaceted and sustainable manner through activities relating to Money Smart such as:

  • Teaching or otherwise delivering Money Smart
  • Hosting classes
  • Facilitating program implementation
  • Promoting Money Smart at meetings, conferences and on bulletin boards
  • Funding local efforts
  • Evaluating Money Smart efforts
  • Increasing Money Smart delivery and distribution networks

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Last Updated 1/25/2013 communityaffairs@fdic.gov