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A Legacy of Trust

Founded in 1951, the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) is the largest and longest-serving nonprofit financial counseling organization in the United States. With the help of donors like you, we have counseled millions of consumers to secure a better financial future—more than 35 million since 2006.

Give the gift of financial wellness every month. Financial wellness is more than just managing money; it’s the foundation for improved health, stability, and opportunities for growth. Where financial stability thrives, individuals and communities prosper.

Yet financial stress is pervasive, with millions of Americans struggling with debt. 

The good news: A gift of only $20 a month enables us to offer essential services that create a ripple effect of financial stability within the community. By fostering financial wellness, we empower individuals to improve their lives, supporting healthier families, stronger local economies, and more resilient communities. 

Lasting Financial Health

Your support ensures we continue to provide these transformative services, helping more people achieve lasting financial health and contributing to a brighter, more prosperous future for all. Together, we can make a significant impact, building a foundation for collective success and wellbeing.

Join us in this mission and be part of the positive change. Together, we can help individuals overcome financial hurdles and build a brighter tomorrow.

Want to engage with the NFCC?

Please contact Kristin Alexander, Chief Development Officer.

About the NFCC

Founded in 1951, the National Foundation for Credit Counseling is the oldest nonprofit dedicated to improving people’s financial well-being. With over 1,200 NFCC Certified Credit Counselors serving all 50 states and U.S. territories, NFCC nonprofit counselors are financial advocates, empowering millions of consumers to take charge of their finances through one-on-one financial reviews that address credit card debt, student loans, housing decisions, and overall money management.