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The National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) strives to build national programs and initiatives that provide consumers with quality financial counseling and education. The impact of services provided by NFCC and its member agencies would never be possible without support from strategic partners who are equally committed to improving financial health for all Americans.
Valued Endorsements – Supporters broadcast our message to stakeholders and consumers through their communication outlets.
Financial Literacy Opportunities – Strong, respected supporters provide distribution, talent, technology and funding to support the NFCC and its member agencies in providing critical financial skills to consumers.
Consumer Advocacy – Cohesive relationships help us form alliances and keep us attuned to matters affecting our sector and consumers.
Creditor Involvement – As our environment continues to change, supporters aid to engage foundations and their community outreach teams.
Best Practices – Consumers are adapting to new technology and social forums. Our ability to keep up to date in this arena will define our future success.
According to recent survey data, nearly 59 million Americans indicate they would turn to nonprofit credit counseling for help with their financial challenges1. Our objective is to greatly expand our capacity to serve more Americans with a greater range of programs designed to help them achieve their financial goals. Our valued partners are essential to helping us meet our objectives, ultimately contributing to the improvement of the financial well-being for all who could benefit from professional financial guidance. Help improve financial capability for millions of Americans by joining our growing family of supporters! Interested in Supporting the NFCC?Contact us
1Consumer Financial Literacy Survey conducted by Harris Poll in 2019 on behalf of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC).
Every NFCC member agency must obtain and maintain accreditation by the Council on Accreditation, Inc. (COA), an independent, third-party, not-for-profit accrediting organization. COA has reviewed more than 1,500 social service programs to ensure compliance with rigorous best-practice standards. All NFCC member agencies must be re-accredited by COA every four years. For more on our accreditation, click here.